With the arrival of the British summer and this week set to be a real scorcher, we’re expecting to see an increasing number of cyclists taking to the roads to make the most of this glorious weather. Following 2019s record-breaking high temperatures, peaking at a staggering 38.7°C at Cambridge University Botanic Gardens on 25 July, (more).
Over the last few months, you will no doubt have read countless articles prophesising the demise of the office as we know it. While everyone has different visions of how our work lives will evolve, the general consensus is that the office will not return to ‘normal’ and working from home will become more common (more).
How are businesses planning to return to the office? As we alluded to in our last article, over the past 4 weeks I and the rest of the DASH team have been interviewing our network and keeping our ears to the ground to understand how businesses have been adapting around COVID-19. These conversations have involved (more).
What will commuting look like in a post-lockdown world? This week we have all heard the Government transition their COVID-19 strategy rhetoric from “stay at home” to “stay alert”, conferring more responsibility onto individuals to use their best judgement and common sense, prioritising the public health emergency over the economic crisis, in going about their (more).
The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted all of us in challenging and unexpected ways. The upheaval on our social lives, work routines and childcare would have been inconceivable just a few months ago. Uncertainty, confinement and inability to visit loved ones are all having impacts on our mental health. These are difficult and unprecedented times. While (more).
This summer has seen the rapid rise of electric scooters on London’s roads and cycleways with many riders and pedestrians for that matter, unsure of exactly where they are and aren’t currently legally allowed to be ridden. In this post, we will discuss what the rules on electric scooter usage currently are, how they are (more).
In a week that has seen Prince Harry and Meghan Markle lambasted for their use of 4 private jet flights in as many weeks, contributing an estimated 37.6 tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere, one thing is clear – the environment is very high up on society’s agenda at present – rightly so! As Elton (more).