Serviced Offices in Blackpool to Rent
Although one of the UK’s most-loved seaside resorts, Blackpool is also a thriving business and commerce location. As well as the abundance of tourist attractions that draw in millions of visitors every year, boosting the local economy, Blackpool offers companies lots of commercial office space in modern business centres in addition to converted period buildings. Formerly well-known for its car manufacturing industry, Blackpool’s long-standing and new businesses benefit from excellent road and rail networks, and the trams make getting around the city easy. [read more] [read less]
Large Business Centre offers flexible terms for furnished workspace rental. The property features a staffed reception, CCTV security, broadband, meeting rooms, mailboxes and storage.
- Private Offices (serviced/furnished)
- 1 to 40 people/100 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft
- St Albans (15 min walk)
- Squires Gate (15 min walk)
Furnished offices provided on flexible terms in a secured, commercial property with car parking/disabled access. Fast broadband, IT support, phone answering services and bike storage are available.
Blackpool Office Guide
A seaside resort on the Lancashire coast, Blackpool is a busy commercial centre and tourist hotspot. Blackpool attracts companies from a range of industries to a mix of modern offices. There are a number of landmarks in Blackpool, including Blackpool Tower, the Winter Gardens and Pleasure Beach. With a buzzing atmosphere and excellent transport links, Blackpool is an exciting location for companies to rent office space.
Office Properties in Blackpool
Serviced offices and coworking spaces are available in modern dedicated business centres. Companies can choose from a number of affordable offices to rent, presented furnished or unfurnished, depending on the needs of the company.
Companies renting offices in Blackpool benefit from the towns excellent transport links. There are a number of train stations in the town which connect workers to the majority of major towns and London. The Blackpool tramway runs from Blackpool to Fleetwood, ideal for those commuting to nearby areas.
The M55 motorway links the town to the national motorway network and other major roads connect to Kirkham, Preston and Lancaster. There are also bus and coach routes in and out of Blackpool.
Shops and Eateries
Blackpool is packed with shops, including independent traders, well-known brands and high street names and departments stores. Alongside a range of affordable office premises, there are a plethora of bars, cafes, pubs, eateries and restaurants throughout Blackpool.