Considered by many to be Scotland’s hip alternative to Edinburgh, Glasgow has recently developed a reputation as a dynamic hub for culture and economic growth. Despite a long industrial past, the city has seen unprecedented development in other sectors across the city, including the financial services, digital technology, green energy, creative, and health sectors. In this way, there are opportunities out there for almost anyone in Glasgow.
As well as boasting an eclectic economy, the city represents a fantastic space for the modern worker. Located right next to the breath-taking banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow is replete with tranquil green spaces and parks to offset the hustle and bustle of its more metropolitan areas. This is great news for business professionals seeking opportunities to de-stress in today’s demanding world of business. In the city centre, meanwhile, there are plenty of quirky bars, restaurants and cafes to entertain clients or sit back with a beer after a great day of hard work.
Architecturally, Glasgow is known for its wealth of gothic buildings that beautifully contrast with sleek new developments. Amongst these buildings are plenty of impeccably serviced office buildings that feature all of the amenities needed to make your working life as productive and enjoyable as possible. Our selection of office building, for example, offers an array of flexible terms to suit your business requirements, as well as a selection of private and group working spaces designed to boost productivity. All are serviced to the highest standard and include features such as high-speed internet, showers, kitchen facilities, staffed reception areas, and disabled facilities.
Our offices are also dotted around the centre of Glasgow and within walking distance of at least one of the city’s train stations including Glasgow Central, Charing Cross, and Glasgow Queen Street. As well as offering convenient routes to popular commuter towns, these stations provide speedy connections to plenty of other major cities in the UK including Edinburgh and London.