Oxford’s rich history is apparent everywhere you go in the city with beautiful buildings and architecture dominating the appearance of the centre.  An enviable place to work, there is a good supply of Office Space to Rent in Oxford with several Serviced Office locations available from the city centre to Summertown and the Science Parks to Watlington.

Oxford is known internationally for being an “intellectual” City thanks to its University and historical significance, having been home to royalty and scholars of various arts for hundreds of years.  Oxford boasts all of the leisure and retail amenities that you would expect from a major City and is a recognized centre of culture, offering a variety of museums and art galleries, including the Ashmolean and the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).

From a business location perspective Oxford is a good base for communications with a main line railway station for connections to London and Birmingham, a bus service to the centre of London that runs every 10 minutes and the A34 which is the main North/South road connection between the M5 and the M40.

For businesses considering relocating to, or expansion or start-up, in Oxford there are 10 Serviced Offices to choose from with seven providers operating from various locations in and around the City.

Starting with the city centre, provider Clarendon House is located in the very heart of Oxford.  They offer a modern office building which enjoys easy access to the City Centre amenities and is based in the pedestrianised area of Cornmarket Street.  Clarendon Enterprise also has a second property situated at Belsyre Court.  Located near to the colleges and residential buildings of the Oxford University, the fully Serviced Business Centre is approximately 1km from the City Centre and is easily accessed on each bus route from City Centre to the North of the City. The final offering from the same providers is Prama House  in Summertown. With an ever increasing range of local amenities, the popular Summertown area is quickly becoming a sought after location for businesses and retailers alike. Sitting just off the Oxford Ring Road there is also easy access to the A34 and M40 from this centre.

TBAC  in Osney Mead is only a 10-15 minute walk along the Thames from the main line station which offers Thames Train connections to Paddington. The A34 is very close providing direct connections to the M40 and M4. TBAC also has a great centre in Hinksey.  This is a lovely business centre situated only 2 minutes from the Hinksey roundabout on the A34. Despite being so close to a major road, Serviced Offices here boast beautiful, quiet and peaceful surroundings with magnificent gardens and even a swimming pool for the use of its licensees.

If a “Grade A” quality building is high on the agenda for your business then major UK Serviced Office providers Regus and MWB offer the only two ultra modern buildings in Oxford.  Regus is located in the Oxford Business Park about 4 miles from the city centre whilst MWB are based on the Oxford Science Park a little further out.  Both properties offer top quality fully Serviced and fully equipped Office Space with contemporary fit out.

The other three operators are all away from Oxford City Centre. CVP Oxford offers Managed Space solutions and is based in the industrial estate of Tower Road. The new OX5 offices are in Kidlington and close to Kidlington airport. Finally RSL are based in Watlington, located at the foot of the Chiltern Hills south of Oxford and north of Reading.

To view our entire Oxford Serviced Office Portfolio please click here or for Managed Offices in the area click here.  Alternatively why not make your search even easier and call our main sales team on 01932 834 720.  We will compare the market for you and find the best solution to suit your business’ specific requirement.

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