Available Serviced Offices in Newcastle
Cloth Market, Newcastle, London NE1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in the central business district of Newcastle Upon Tyne, this smaller scale property sits above street level bars and shops.from: £250 per person per month
Quayside, Newcastle, London NE1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This city centre location in Newcastle upon Tyne has modern office space with some of the best views available.from: £250 per person per month
Science Square, Newcastle, London NE4Serviced Office Coworking Office
A dynamic building with office space for innovators developing products or services in the ageing and data sectors.from: £243 per person per month
Mosley Street, Newcastle, London NE1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Occupying a corner plot, this impressive Victorian property in Newcastle combines historic features with modern amenities, such as superfast broadband, and a fully staffed business centre for those wanting supported serviced offices.from: £125 per person per month
Market Street, Newcastle, London NE1Serviced Office
This Business Centre is close to excellent transport links and is located in the very heart of a thriving business district, on Market Street.from: £135 per person per month
Dean Street, Newcastle, London NE1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This imposing Newcastle block is a listed Edwardian building, whose interior features extensive wood panelling, and stunning lounge space decorated with art nouveau tiles.from: £150 per person per month
Newcastle Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Serviced offices provide an all-inclusive fully furnished solution with telecoms, internet and power and business rates all included in the monthly rent. Office rental rates exclude VAT.
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Newcastle?
Newcastle upon Tyne is a university city on the River Tyne in northeast England. With its twin city, Gateshead, it was a major shipbuilding and manufacturing hub during the Industrial Revolution and is now a centre of business, arts and sciences. Spanning the Tyne, modern Gateshead Millennium Bridge, noted for its unique tilting aperture, is a symbol of the 2 cities.
Its population is approaching 300,000.
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Map of Newcastle
Newcastle is the furthermost northern city in England. The A1 M is your direct route from London, whilst coming from the North West, the M36 and A1 M should be your choice.
All Virgin Trains East Coast services between London and Edinburgh stop at Newcastle, with extensions to Southbound destinations run to London Kings Cross, York and Leeds. CrossCountry supplements services to Scotland, and operates trains southbound to the South West and south coast via Birmingham and the wider Midlands; trains reach as far as Penzance and Southampton. The station is also a terminus for TransPennine Express, which connects Newcastle to Liverpool, via Leeds and Manchester, including some services to Manchester Airport.
Newcastle International Airport is one of the UK’s major flight centres, and flies to many destinations across the world. A mixture of major and budget airlines run services to suit most budgets. Return flights from London can cost as little as £40 return.