D&D London launches hot-desking scheme at Bluebird

By Sophie Witts contact

- Last updated on GMT

Bluebird Chelsea and Workologie offering remote work spaces

Related tags: Bluebird motor company, Bbc television centre

D&D London is launching a new communal working scheme at its Bluebird restaurant in London’s Chelsea.

The 35-strong restaurant group has teamed up with Workologie to offer desk space for busy Londoners from 9am to 5.30pm.

Users can reserve an area in advance with access to private WiFi, and can hire meeting and dining rooms for a cheaper rate. Membership is available on a pay-as-you-go basis (£20) or on a standard day rate (£10).

Workologie plans to work with a selection of London’s ‘top hospitality venues’ to build a network of remote work spaces.

The scheme is the brainchild of Hugo Campbell-Davys, founder of lifestyle and travel app Urbanologie.

“At Bluebird we have always prided ourselves on the versatility of the space, and our ability to move with the times, so teaming up with Workologie to meet the growing needs of more people working remotely was the perfect opportunity for us,” says Guillaume Sanzey, general manager of Bluebird.

Bluebird opened 20 years ago at the former home of the Bluebird Motor Company in Chelsea.

The restaurant will launch a second site at the former BBC Television Centre​ in White City later this year.

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