Could timber workplaces help draw people back to the office?

Cecilia Keating
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The Black & White Building

BusinessGreen talks to the developers of the tallest timber building in central London about the growing appeal of the low-carbon material

At the site where a 19th century timber yard once stood in Shoreditch, a six-storey office building has been built from a mix of beech, spruce, and pine sourced from sustainably managed forests across...

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