The Government’s strategy to combat COVID-19 is enforcing widespread home working and previously busy office buildings are now experiencing very low occupancy. 

Several actions can be implemented to reduce the service charge without affecting the services or endangering the jobs of the suppliers, as both the landlords and the tenants wish to maintain the office spaces in optimal operating condition, so that their return to the office can occur in the best circumstances.

 THE RIGHT APPROACH


All the measures are taken as determined by the discussions with the tenants in order to avoid a negative psychological impact on those who work in the building. Communication is essential during this period and the return to work in large numbers of employees is already operationally set up, owing to the information received from the tenants.


Technical_Equipment

ACTIONS  APPLICABLE TO
  • Saving mode on
  • Partially turning off
  • Daily Program shortened
Heating, ventilation/lighting of the spaces etc.

Maintenance services for all installations & equipment;















Internal_cleaning
ACTIONS APPLICABLE TO
  • Daily Program shortened
  • Reduced frequency
Shared spaces like the reception, the elevators, the toilets, the common halls and the stair etc.















Sensorial_Marketing
ACTIONS APPLICABLE TO
  • Put on suspension state
Usage of Flowers, Perfume, Ambient Music, Screens & Monitors etc.
















External_Cleaning
ACTIONS APPLICABLE TO
  • Daily Program shortened
  • Reduced frequency
External Parking, Outdoor Relaxation Spaces, Glass Facade etc.
















Gardening_Services
ACTIONS APPLICABLE TO
  • Daily Program shortened
  • Reduced frequency
Exterior green spaces, Interior natural plants, Green plant walls etc.