There's a lot more to our work spaces than office rental and desk space. Our tenant community is made up of established SMEs, start-ups, student businesses, academics, and members of the Research, Enterprise and innovation Team who share knowledge, experience and creativity to foster success and create opportunity.
Our tenant businesses contribute to the University in a whole host of ways: taking on interns, giving talks and lectures, inputting into the curriculum, and judging our business competitions. Their current, practical knowledge and experience is of enormous value to both students and staff.
In return our tenants benefit from regular contact with our Academic environment, drawing on our world leading expertise to innovate, grow and boost performance.
Here's a breakdown of our services:
- Office rental
- Business Lounge Membership (Clarence Centre)
- access to the Business Lounge
- free WiFi
- free (with restrictions) and discounted meeting space
- hot desks
- onsite café
- communal kitchens
- bathrooms and showers
- discounted gym membership
- secure cycle racks and regular visits from the bike doctor
- access to food outlets across campus.
Find out more about our tenant community and the ways they work with the University.
Get in touch we're happy to discuss your needs and show you around.
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