Regus answers the growing appetite for flexible workspace in Leeds

Regus opened their first location on the south-eastern outskirts of Leeds in the early 2000’s, at Thorpe Park Business Park. Since then, the facility has welcomed companies of various sizes and from a range of sectors, who are attracted by the flexible terms that Regus offers.

A second Regus centre opened on Princes Square, followed by a third and a fourth a few years later in the City West Business Park and on Wellington Place.

Most of them have recently undergone a renovation programme, in order to better serve the expectations of their clients to work in modern interior designs and benefit from collaborative working environments. These trends are especially evident in Leeds, where a fifth Regus location just opened at The Pinnacle to meet the city’s rising demand for workspace on flexible terms. 

All centres offer a range of workspaces for businesses of all sizes, with options to match any work style and any budget. This includes:

-    Fully equipped offices on flexible terms – full-time or part-time, available by the day, by the week, or by the year so that you only pay for what you use.

-    Co-working spaces – choose your own permanent desk in a shared office or sit wherever you’d like each day through a hot-desking setup, available on a first come, first served basis.

-    Professional meeting rooms – suitable for any kind of meeting, conference or training and bookable by the hour. You can rely on the support of our teams to ensure you have everything you need for your meeting.

-    Virtual office services – call answering services and mail handling with a professional business address at any Regus business centre in the world, so you can establish an instant presence anywhere and get closer to your clients and partners.

-    Business lounges - designed for drop-in use as you travel, our lounges are equipped with high-speed internet, snacks and comfortable furniture. You can pay-per-use or enjoy unlimited access with our Businessworld memberships.

Across its UK locations, Regus has witnessed the trend for companies to turn away from traditional leased offices as they strive to keep overheads down and work in more productive, modern and environmentally-conscious ways. It is no coincidence that the biggest growth area of the company’s business is ‘on demand’ workspace - such as offices or hot desks on a shared, part-time or drop-in basis - as well as meeting rooms and Virtual Offices.

Richard Morris, UK CEO, Regus, comments: “We know that more and more professionals in Leeds are working flexibly, instead of the traditional 9-5 in the office, and we are seeing a growth in interest in flexible working options which provide a more agile alternative to fixed offices.”

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