A wide range of resources to help you


This pioneering report from 2008 into live/work development in the UK and USA has many insights that resonate with the sharp focus on homeworking during the pandemic.. Tomorrow’s Property Today – sustainable live/work accommodation in a low carbon economywas supported  by three UK Regional Development agencies, the Royal Town Planning Institute, and BT and written by Tim Dwelly, Andy Lake and Lisa Thompson. Includes 13 case studies and numerous photos.


Substantially based on’s Smart Working Handbook, this is the original guidance for the UK Civil Service under the government’s TW3 programme (now renamed the Smarter Working programme).


A pioneering report, 12 years ahead of its time, edited by Tim Dwelly and Andy Lake, exploring the economic and environmental value of homeworking. 

It is a collection of papers by experts and luminaries across business, goveernment, academia and practitioners from the housing sector. If only governmnets had acted on its many reccomendations before the pandemic!


The first report for a UK government department on local workhubs (coworking spaces) and thier potential role in local economic development

Commissioned by the Department for Communities and Local Government, and a consortium of public sector agencies. researched and written by Tim Dwelly, Andy Lake and Lisa Thompson


Is the workplace industry still caught in a time warp, with a continued focus on the collective workplace, and Industrial Age assumptions about separating work from the rest of life? This challenging article for the May 2021 edition of leading workplace journal Work & Place examines the implications of the extended workplace for society and how the workplace industry should respond.