Prime Office Space, a leading UK-based office space provider, today announced that they have added three new office centres in Bristol, in South West England.
“We are very pleased to be able to announce the availability of new office space for rent in the internationally important city of Bristol,” said Prime Office Space spokesperson Clare Jones. “This brings the total number of buildings in Prime Office Space’s Bristol inventory up to twenty six, and we are confident it will go a long way toward helping us meet the increasing demand for flexible, professional office accommodation in the city of Bristol.”
The first of the new offices added to Prime Office Space is on Lewins Mead, in the heart of Bristol’s Central Business District, and provides modern furnished office suites with plenty of natural light and spacious lounge areas. Bristol Temple Meads and Clifton Down Train Stations are a short stroll away along with Bristol’s Bus and Coach Station, which offers numerous bus routes throughout the city and beyond. Other benefits include a professional reception team, fully equipped conference suites, on-site security personnel and IT and communications systems.
The second of the new business centres available is located on Queen Charlotte Street, also situated in a prime city centre position, which offers furnished office space complete with dedicated meeting rooms, lift access and 24 hour accessibility.
The third newly available office centre is situated on Prince Street, which offers furnished office facilities complete with integrated IT and communications systems and 24 hour access.
“At Prime Office Space, we have been finding that demand for flexible, affordable office space has been increasing, especially when looking at the needs of small to medium sized businesses hoping to expand in the Bristol area,” continued Clare Jones.
About Bristol Bristol is the UK’s 8th most populous city and is a regional centre for employment, education and culture. The historic economy was built on trading and commerce due to the city’s strategic seafront location and large ports. Bristol’s modern economy however is based on electronics, aerospace and creative industries. Other major revenue winners for the area include defence, IT, financial services, tourism and media industries. The city is home to two major railway stations and is served by the Bristol International Airport. Find out more about Prime Office Space’s currently available office space in Bristol.
About Prime Office Space Prime Office Space provides a no obligation, free office brokerage service to a wide variety of businesses and organisations across London and the UK. The Prime Office Space search facility has been online since 2003, and allows users to search for serviced, managed, temporary, flexible and traditional office space to let.
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