News and blogs
We’ve collected all of the news and blog posts from across the team at Allia – read on for insights about impact; spotlights on some of the exciting projects our tenants and partners work on; and interesting thought-pieces from across the sector
Recovery. A word we’re hearing a lot right now, as we start to emerge tentatively from the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK. For some, the recovery will be
ALLIA WORKS WITH JIMMY’S AND NEW MEANING FOUNDATION TO DESIGN, BUILD AND INSTALL MUCH NEEDED COMMUNITY HOUSING IN THE CITY Six new homes have been built to provide
ALLIA WORKS WITH JIMMY’S AND NEW MEANING FOUNDATION TO DESIGN, BUILD AND INSTALL MUCH NEEDED COMMUNITY HOUSING IN THE CITY Six new homes have been built to provide supported living for homeless people in Cambridge.
Allia Future Business Centre Peterborough is pleased to welcome Origin8 as its new catering partner, to run the café on the top floor of the centre.
Our ‘Grow Your Business’ programme is looking for applicants in Hackney and Newham to start in the new year.
What makes co-working so successful? It turns out that the social aspects are considered most important when choosing a co-working space.
We were delighted that so many of our friends, tenants and ventures from our Future Business Centre were winners of the Science and Technology awards in Cambridge.
Joining our Future 20 programme last year, Appt have created innovative software which helps patients to easily access preventative healthcare appointments through an automated process.
We caught up with Martyn Sibley, Co-founder of Disability Horizons, to find out how it encourages a more inclusive world.
We explain how you can keep your start-up costs down and how we can support you in the early days
Future 20 company Supply Change, has come up with an impressive way to create positive change through procurement – connecting public sector buyers to social enterprises.
2.12 billion tons of waste is produced each year, which contributes to global warming. But what if waste could be recycled and used again instead?