Home and Garden Offices

The home office is an increasingly popular option for many forward thinking employers and start up entrepreneurs. A flexible inspiring work environment is not a spare bedroom, dining room or even a converted wooden shed. Many productive and successful people alternate between customer visits, working remotely and working from a company office. It is therefore important to have a dedicated home office space to focus, work efficiently, and be creative without too many distractions.

Improved productivity

Remote workers regard themselves as more productive: home workers rated their productivity at 7.7 out of 10. Those working in offices rated their productivity at an average of 6.5 out of 10. The removal of office distractions can improve productivity hugely with a flexible, modern approach to business.

A Nordic Garden Building home office gives you a dedicated office environment without the need to convert a room in your home.

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Flexibility

More than a third (39%) of people who mostly work from home often work additional hours to complete their tasks, compared with less than a quarter (24%) of those in fixed workplaces. Modern business relies on flexibility, the standard 9 to 5 is a thing of the past, global business means the working day starts earlier and finishes later, Working at home. You may be able to claim tax relief for some of the bills you have to pay because you have to work at home on a regular basis. For more information visit www.gov.uk

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Dedicated space

Nearly three-quarters (70%) of UK workers say it’s important for organisations to allow their employees to work remotely but employers must take care that remote workers maintain the right degree of work-life balance: a Cardiff University study also found that two-fifths (44%) of remote workers struggle to relax and unwind after work, compared with 38% of staff who work in fixed locations. This is why having a dedicated space ‘away’ from the home environment is critically important.

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PLANNING PERMISSION GUIDE

One of the major benefits of choosing to add more space to your home with a Nordic Garden Building, is that this type of structure can often be added to your property without the need to apply for planning permission. For this to be possible however, it must comply with the height and positioning rules of permitted development, which we’ll take you through in this easy to read guide

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A Nordic Garden Building creates that perfect environment, located ‘around’ the home. Take a minute to request the latest product range from Nordic Garden Buildings.

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