COEL backs UK offices doyen
The British Council for Offices (BCO) celebrated it's inaugural East Anglia lunch at The DoubleTree Hilton Hotel, Cambridge with over 25 of the region’s leading commercial property professionals attending.
Established in 1990, the BCO is Britain's leading forum for the discussion and debate of issues affecting the office sector.
Speaker Paul Finch, programme director of the World Architecture Festival and editorial director of the Architectural Review and Architects' Journal, praised the BCO for being a 'positive force of disruption in promoting standards of design and performance'.
The lunch was hosted by Danny Parmar, East Anglia BCO Committee chair and was sponsored by Overbury and office interiors design specialist COEL.
Neil Cook, managing director of COEL said: “COEL supports and appreciates the work the BCO does in promoting the optimum office environment and bringing together professionals from the commercial property industry.”
• Pictured left to right: Neil Cook (managing director at COEL), Dan Brown (director at COEL), Paul Finch, Danny Parmar (BCO East Anglia Committee chair), Richard Kauntze (CEO of BCO).