PRS appointed WDL to investigate, define and implement options to adapt and reconfigure its existing property facilities, with the aim of releasing one of the floors occupied at the Kings Cross site. The reviewed premises had to reflect the business’ modern, ambitious and dynamic reputation, with a strong emphasis on maintaining the PRS brand and to enable them to continue to attract high quality talent into an exciting and efficient workplace environment. WDL worked closely with PRS stakeholders, departments, teams and end-users to review the current working practices across the PRS portfolio with the view to understand their existing working culture and current ways of working. As a result of the existing data analysis WDL established their space and working requirements, level of space utilisation, supporting technology specification and key adjacencies. Throughout the project WDL engaged with PRS at all levels through meetings, workshops, one to ones, observations, etc. With extensive knowledge of space planning and utilisation, WDL developed and implemented a new Workplace Strategy, which was tailored to help PRS to understand their current workplace efficiency, to establish their key requirements and critical success factors and develop/agree a comprehensive roadmap to transformation.