Available Serviced Offices in Milton Keynes
Sherwood Drive, Milton Keynes, London MK3Serviced Office Coworking Office
Challenge House is excellently located in the gorgeous, surroundings of Bletchley Park, a location steeped in history and sits between Oxford and Cambridge.from: £225 per person per month
Avebury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, London MK9Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This property in central Milton Keynes has a stunning internal garden atrium, with its own coffee shop that makes for a unique meeting space.from: £240 per person per month
Atterbury, Milton Keynes, London MK10Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
For a Milton Keynes location with great transport links, this edge of town business park location is ideal, being less than a mile from a junction of the M1.from: £350 per person per month
South Row, Milton Keynes, London MK9Serviced Office
This Milton Keynes office building provides first class office space, fitted out in a style that is refreshingly different.from: £275 per person per month
Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, London MK9Serviced Office
In central Milton Keynes, this property has serviced offices within a building that certainly has the wow factor.from: £Quote per person per month
Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, London MK9Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
A distinctive, modern building in central Milton Keynes, this property has six floors, making for great views from offices on higher levels.from: £300 per person per month
Presley Way Crownhill, Milton Keynes, London MK8Serviced Office
This Milton Keynes property has a distinctive arched entrance into its courtyard setting of modern, brick clad business units, combining a mix of offices, studios and workshops to serve the SME sector in this dynamic, growing new town.from: £Quote per person per month
Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes, London MK9Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
In the tree lined streets of Milton Keynes, this property offers serviced offices with a fresh, relaxed feel.from: £275 per person per month
Milton Keynes Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Milton Keynes?
Milton Keynes is a large town in Buckinghamshire, England. It is the administrative centre of the Borough of Milton Keynes and was formally designated as a new town on 23 January 1967,[ with the design brief to become a “city” in scale. It is located about 45 miles (72 km) north-west of London.
It has a population of around 300,000.
Milton Keynes has consistently benefited from above-average economic growth. Outside of London it is ranked as one of the most attractive places for business along with Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester.
In November 2012 the Milton Keynes Citizen reported ratings company Experian as describing Milton Keynes as one of the leaders in a prospective economic recovery. The same report quoted the Estate Gazette as placing it first outside the M25 for office property growth.
Milton Keynes is home to several national and international companies, including the UK headquarters of Argos, Domino’s Pizza, Marshall Amplification, Mercedes-Benz, Suzuki, Volkswagen AG and Yamaha Kemble.[
There are several business centres throughout the city, such as Crownhill, Avant, MK2 and Bucks Biz.
The Business, Professional & Financial Services in Milton Keynes employ just over 35,000 people, making up 24.3% of all employees in Milton Keynes. Other industries that are prevalent include E-Commerce and IT Outsourcing, Health Care and Educational Services.
With one of the highest start-up rates in the country (No1 outside of London), MK has all the entrepreneurial ingredients for a successful place to start a new business.
Milton Keynes is a thriving and growing leisure, tourist and cultural destination.
For football fans, it is the home of the MK Dons, formerly Wimbledon Football Club, or ‘The Crazy Gang’ as they were once known. There are also professional teams in motorsport (Red Bull Racing ) and in ice hockey (MK Lightning).
Badminton is highly popular and the National Badminton Centre is located in nearby Loughton. Competitive team cycling is another sport which features highly.
The town has grown into a thriving community with superb sporting facilities, fantastic entertainment and leisure services and a bustling town centre. Milton Keynes offers some of the best gastronomic dining experiences outside London. With over 350 restaurants within the city centre and surrounding areas you can always find something to satisfy your appetite from an a la carte menu, a sumptuous buffet or a pre-theatre meal.
If you’re looking for great nightlife with a mind-boggling mix of pubs and clubs, then Milton Keynes is the place, there’s always something happening in this energetic, pulsating and cosmopolitan new city. The best areas within the city centre to find exciting nightlife including, bars, clubs and restaurants include, The Xscape complex, which also contains three additional bars playing different music tastes. It also hosts The Casino MK, the largest casino outside London offering 108 slot machines, a 150 seat poker room, 22 live gaming tables, a restaurant and sports bar. It is open 24/7 and 364 days a year.
The Hub is a vibrant area with a mix of restaurants and bars set right in the heart of the city, and The Theatre District has an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants making it a great place to meet up with friends.
If you love live comedy then check out The Comedy Cow which plays at various venues across the city.
Milton Keynes has stunning parks and well-designed urban spaces, well known for our many festivals, carnivals and out-door events. Milton Keynes has 5,000 acres of parkland and woodland, over 150 public art sculptures, 21km of canal towpaths and network of over 270km of Redway cycle routes. We have world-class international stories of importance including code-breaking at Bletchley Park, John Newton’s ‘Amazing Grace’ in Olney, The Stables music venue and the MK Bowl, where you can catch a rock god or two. There is also international arts and cultural excellence through our biannual International Festival, MK Stadium and MK Gallery and Theatre.
Milton Keynes is a shopper’s paradise. Whether you’re looking for a state-of-the-art modern shopping mall, traditional boutique shops, farmers’ markets or even a Swedish superstore, Milton Keynes has it all. You can shop with your family, spend with your friends or just come by yourself to experience what Milton Keynes has to offer.
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Map of Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes is conveniently located on both the M1 motorway (at junction 14) and the West Coast Main Line, and as a result there are many ways to both enter and leave the town.
The M1 motorway connects London with Birmingham, before continuing north to Liverpool and Manchester. Milton Keynes is approximately half-way between London and Birmingham. There are also links east and west on the A421 to , Cambridge and Oxford.
Rail connections are maintained by Virgin and London Midland, and frequent trains connect to London, Northampton, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, and farther north.
Milton Keynes is slap bang in the middle of five airports: London Heathrow (1 hr 4 min),
London Gatwick (1 hr 13m), London Luton (40 min), London Stanstead (1 hour 19min) and Birmingham International (37 min).