Available Serviced Offices in Nottingham
Wheeler Gate, Nottingham, London NG1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This property is in the heart of Nottingham's business district in a street with a locally recognised address.from: £350 per person per month
The Lace Market, Nottingham, London NG1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Nottingham's Lace Market area is the city's commercial hub, recognised as a great business address.from: £150 per person per month
Toll House Hill, Nottingham, London NG1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
For a Nottingham business location with a view, this property cannot be beaten.from: £350 per person per month
Wollaton Street, Nottingham, London NG1Serviced Office Coworking Office
Our Nottingham Centre is designed for businesses looking to upscale fast, providing uniquely flexible workspace on an all-inclusive basis with no up-front deposits required.from: £325 per person per month
Nottingham Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Nottingham?
Nottingham is located 30 miles south of Sheffield and 30 miles north of Leicester. It is probably most famous for being the birth place of Robin Hood. It has a population of around 320,000.
In 2010, Nottingham City Council announced that as part of their economic development strategy for the city, their target sectors would include low-carbon technologies, digital media, life sciences, financial and business services and retail and leisure
Nottingham launched The Creative Quarter in 2013and is the City’s flagship project for economic growth, enterprise and entrepreneurial spirit.
The Creative Quarter area is centred around The Lace Market, Hockley, Sneinton Market and Pennyfoot Street areas – home to BioCity, the UK’s largest bioscience incubation centre. It has become a place for innovation and the home of thriving independent entrepreneurs and businesses. Equally, it’s a place with a lively social life, day and night, from bars, pubs and a buzzing nightlife, to cafes, restaurants and bistros to suit every taste, plus an incredible variety of art, culture and heritage experiences for visitors, residents and businesses.
Building on the city’s heritage of innovation, heavy investment has been made into the Nottingham Enterprise Zone that sits at the heart of both knowledge and transport networks.
Comprising Boots Enterprise Zone, MediPark, Nottingham Science Park and Beeston Business Park, each site has a particular focus enhanced by its connections. The sites aim to promote business growth among a range of the city’s existing strengths – healthcare, life sciences, low carbon technologies and ICT.
A range of space, from large-scale brown field sites to managed office complexes, development land and manufacturing space is available. In addition, businesses locating to one of the Enterprise Zone sites will benefit from:
- Reduced business bates for eligible projects of up to £275,000 over five years
- Simplified planning process to ensure your project is delivered quickly
- Superfast broadband connectivity keeping your business ahead of the game
- Existing units to development sites
- Free and confidential support from the Invest in Nottingham team to help you through the process of locating on Nottingham Enterprise Zone.
A dedicated hub for new technology businesses has recently opened and has already revealed plans to significantly expand its operations to meet demand.
Accelerate Places Nottingham, based on Wollaton Street in Nottingham city centre, will be home to up to 265 people working in digital technology businesses when its first phase completes.
If you like to watch sport, Nottingham has a lot to offer. Two football league clubs (Notts Forest and Notts County), Test cricket at Trent Bridge, Horse racing at Nottingham Racecourse and International Tennis at Nottingham Tennis Centre, are just a few you can so and see.
For those who like to participate, there is Archery, Cycling, Equestrian, Golf, Ice Skating, Tennis, Water Sports amongst the dozens there are to choose from.
Nottingham boast that it is ‘Capital for culture, capital for shopping’. Some Indeed, to does have of the best shopping in the UK, an exciting cultural calendar. Check in at the Galleries of Justice Museum, City of Caves and Nottingham Castle, or take in a play at the Nottingham Playhouse.
Nottingham has earned a reputation for leading the way when it comes to style and the city has the shopping credentials to match. Home of design royalty Sir Paul Smith, Nottingham’s distinctive architecture is awash with a colourful mix of stylish and unique retailers, conveniently contained within the lively centre
You’ll find big name brands in the newly refurbished intu shopping centres, streets lined with specialist and high-end stores, as well as nationally recognised independent areas – all ready to be explored.
For an evening out, Nottingham is renowned for its international cuisine and even has a newly-emerging ‘curry quarter’ which includes restaurants such as MemSaab, Calcutta Club and Cumin. There are also plenty of places to enjoy tapas with friends including Iberico World Tapas, Escabeche, Revolución de Cuba and Baresca as well as rustic French dining at Bistrot Pierre.
With its love of local produce and top quality dining it’s no surprise that Nottinghamshire is at Tom Browns, Hart’s, World Service, Chino Latino and the two Michelin-starred Sat Bains to informal, family-orientated places such as Cosmo, Nottingham caters for every taste and wallet.
With a great assortment of bars and clubs, it’s a city where it’s difficult not to have a good night out.
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Map of Nottingham
From London take the M1 straight there. From the North West take the A623, then join the M1. From Wales and the West, the M5 and A46 is the best route.
Nottingham train station is a key transport hub. You can catch trains to and from London as well as joining the Liverpool to Norwich line.
East Midlands Airport is the closest to Nottingham. You can fly directly to over 70 destinations across Europe, as well as to Mexico and Barbados. Airlines operating from East Midlands include Ryan Air, Flybe and BMI Regional. Birmingham International is merely an hour’s drive away.