There are serviced offices located in prime locations in town and cities across the UK. Whether you are looking for high-end workspace in a central landmark building or a wood panelled office in a period townhouse you’ll find a BCA serviced office operator to match.
The flexibility allows companies to add to or reduce space at short notice to meet ever-changing economic and business needs. It also allows businesses to test new geo markets without the expensive or risk of committing to a 3 or 5-year lease.
Serviced offices are usually available
Serviced offices are typically offered on licence rather than by rental agreement. The flexible benefits of this mean clients often only have to commit to a few months and as the document is short, legal costs are also kept low.
With a serviced office, clients pay monthly rather than quarterly in advance as with conventional workspace. The monthly charge is often inclusive of rent, rates, utilities, cleaning, maintenance & security. IT and telecoms bundles are also available.
Serviced office providers often allow tenants to share meeting rooms, business equipment and other resources, providing reduced costs and access to facilities which may otherwise be unaffordable. Most serviced offices boast an on-site centre manager and fully staffed reception team, with a call answering service. They may also offer admin, IT and secretarial support services.Whether you are a freelancer, sole-trader, start-up, SME or corporate, BCA members offer the widest range of serviced offices options across the UK and worldwide. By choosing a BCA member you are safe in the knowledge that the provider adheres to the BCA Code of Conduct. Look out for the BCA Shield.