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Last edited 29 Sep 2017
British Council for Offices
Its members are organisations involved in creating, acquiring or occupying office space, including; architects, lawyers, surveyors, financial institutions and public agencies. It advances the collective understanding of its members, enabling them to work together to create more effective office space.
BCO is governed by a board of elected members, and day to day operations are managed by staff based at 78-79 Leadenhall Street in London. A management executive meets quarterly, and in conjunction with the Chief Executive and other officers, is responsible for the management of BCO's affairs.
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