Typically hailed as the UK’s second-largest city, Birmingham is a very popular location for start-ups and businesses looking to relocate. Only two hours from central London by train and an hour and a half to Manchester, Birmingham is one of the best-connected cities in the country, providing plenty of opportunities for companies to network and grow. What’s more, the city has firmly established itself as the nucleus for a diverse range of sectors that stretch far beyond its industrial roots including retail, tourism and research. It also boasts the fourth largest financial services industry in the UK after London, Edinburgh and Manchester.
With all of this dynamic economic activity going on in the city, then, it will probably come as no surprise that Birmingham’s office market is thriving. Indeed, there are many gorgeously modern and well-run offices throughout the city centre, particularly around its business district. Conveniently, the cluster of offices in this business hub is within very close walking distance of Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Moor Street train stations, meaning employees and clients alike can easily commute to them from around the country. Out of city centre options also include: Brindley Place & Edgbaston
Business leaders who locate to Birmingham-based offices can expect to benefit from a wide range of perks that the city has to offer. Firstly, various districts in the city are pedestrianised or are set to be pedestrianised in the future, meaning the streets are very pleasant to walk around during downtime or when out and about on business lunches. Furthermore, the city’s shopping, restaurant, and transport areas are relatively compact and easy to navigate, making it a very worker-friendly environment.
Check out our range of serviced offices to discover Birmingham’s amazing array of gorgeous workspaces. Whether you’re dreaming of affordable modernity, grand period architecture, innovative workspaces, or a view of the city’s winding canals, we have something to suit every taste and business requirement.