Types of Office Space

Serviced Offices 

Serviced offices are one of the most cost-effective solutions and work for a wide range of different business types. Whether you’re a start-up company looking for your first professional office space, or if you’re simply looking for an easier way to rent office space where everything is all-inclusive, serviced offices could be the solution you’re looking for.

Semi-Serviced Offices 

Semi-serviced office spaces are similar to serviced offices, but there are a few amenities that aren’t included in the monthly price, such as front of house reception and secretarial services. Despite this, semi-serviced offices are a suitable choice for most businesses and can prove to be one of the more budget-friendly options.

Coworking Offices 

Smaller businesses, freelancers, and those who only need professional office space on a temporary basis could find that coworking office space (dedicated and hot desks available) is the most suitable solution. Through coworking, you only pay for the desk you use, and you’ll share the space with other businesses and entrepreneurs who are like-minded. This can be highly beneficial from a networking and cost perspective.

Managed Offices 

For those who enjoy the customisation traditional leased offices offer but who want the hassle-free approach of serviced offices, managed offices are the perfect solution. They’re a hybrid between the two and are great for growing companies and established businesses alike.

Virtual Offices 

Give the illusion of a physical city office presence without having to pay the associated price by renting a virtual office. This is a great option for companies that have taken to permanently working remotely but that require call and post management.

Leased Offices

This option is for conventional office space, usually taken over a 5 – 10year period less flexible than the above options. Your costs are not limited to your rent only, additionally but not exclusively you would pay business rates, utility costs, fit-out, furniture, IT and telecoms along with dilapidation’s when you exit your lease.