Specialists in Serviced Offices, Easy Offices’ staff have an wide-ranging knowledge of Serviced Office Business Centre locations across the UK.  This week I asked Easy Offices employee Nikesh Patel to be our guest blogger and provide us with a run down of Serviced Office locations in the city of Birmingham.  Below Nik gives us a break down of what each Birmingham centre has to offer companies considering a move to a central city area.  A follow up blog focusing on Birmingham outskirts will follow shortly.

Birmingham City Centre 

Brindley Place

This is the second largest Banking centre in the UK after London.  West of the city centre, it is only a 10 minutes walk to Birmingham New Street train station.

Set around public squares and treelined streets, there are 10 architecturally stunning buildings providing more than 1.1million sq ft of Grade A office space and providing an excellent working environment for 8,500 people.

Regus Plc have high class offices situated here.  You will find that a lot of the big banks have their regional offices here such as RBS, Lloyds TSB and Deutsche Bank. 

Victoria Square

Victoria Square is a pedestrianised public square.  It is home to both the Town Hall and the Council House.  A great location as it is just a few yards from Birmingham New Street Station and close to Temple Row.

Regus are situated at 1 Victoria Square.  This particular building has seven floors, five of which have serviced offices and the other two are used for conventional space.  This is where the Institute of Directors is based. 

Temple Row

Being the heart of the Birmingham City Centre, its is an extremely popular location. If your business requires a central location then this is the place to be.  MWB and Citibase have offices here.

The prominent building in Temple Row is St Philip’s Cathedral.  There are many retail outlets, bars/resturants and other public ameniteies here. With Snow Hill and Birmingham New street equidistant  to each other you will find it extremely easy to commute here.

If you walk north west from here towards Queensway (A41) for five minutes you will come across two more providers called Avanta and Bruntwood.   They both offer serviced offices a very competative rate. 

Centenary Square

Centenary Square is one of Birmingham’s newest public squares. It is a popular meeting place and walkway between Broad Street and the canal area and those passing on foot to the city centre.  Many live concerts and events take place in the square including the now popular New Years Celebrations.

Baskerville House, was transformed into one of Birmingham’s most prestigious office addresses by developer Targetfollow. 

This stunning Grade II listed building offers a staggering 195,000 sq ft of high quality office space. 

Aston Science Park

Managed by Birmingham Technology Limited, Aston Science Park is located North East of the city centre on an attractively landscaped 65 acre campus, which it shares with its neighbour and partner Aston University.

They offer fully serviced offices for start-up companies to individual premises where more established companies could enjoy the kudos associated with this prestigious business location.  Office premises range from 140 to 35,000 sq ft. 

Cost effective office solutions

If you are budget driven there are lots of options available to you.  Citibase on Blucher Street, Whittle Jones on Bradford Street, Moseley Street and Spencer Street, City Spirit St Pauls, Spaces Business Centre and First House Productions on Sutton Street offer basic office solutions at a low price.  Most of these providers are within 10-15 minute walk to the city centre.

An extensive breakdown, to find out more about Serviced Office solutions in Birmingham City Centre and Outskirts give our sales team a call on  0800 0… today or click here to view our entire Birmingham portfolio online.

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