In an unprecedented show of solidarity for the key worker community, LABS Collective is offering bedrooms at STAY in Hawley Wharf alongside opening Camden House, its largest event space, for emergency services.
The 13,000 sq ft Camden House space will become a common room for those on the frontline with complimentary tea and coffee served day and night, alongside a number of private offices for the critical call centres and emergency services to use as they require.
Starting with an initial one-month offer that can be extended, STAY is also able to offer more beds if needed.
‘As a business we talk about how we provide environments for people to thrive and now is our chance to really deliver on that,' says Dotan Weiner, Chief Operating Officer at The LABS Collective. ‘With the current uncertainty surrounding everyday lives, the need for a community hub of facilities and support has become more important than ever.’
‘We know the emergency services across the UK are working tirelessly to cope with the increased demands during the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak and to be able to support by making space and accommodation available is a privilege.’
The LABS Collective exists through thoughtful, flexible and engaging environments that provide a space for people to create. The collective is comprised of two sections: STAY serves as apartment accommodations, while LABS offer workplace and event venues.
LABS has also launched ‘Stay-Insider’ – a digital newsletter designed to inspire and motivate productivity during these unprecedented times.
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