United Kingdom > Tees Valley

Sorbonne Close, Thornaby, Stockton-on-Tees, TS17

Serviced Offices From £80 Per Person Per Month POA


Scenic riverside location - Free onsite parking - Large event space - Spacious desk sizes - Convenient location

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Transport

Thornaby Rail Station - 0.21 miles away.

Stockton Rail Station - 0.81 miles away.

Eaglescliffe Rail Station - 2.73 miles away.

Middlesbrough Rail Station - 3.16 miles away.

Allens West Rail Station - 3.29 miles away.

The Space

Offering serviced offices, conventional space, coworking, virtual offices & meeting space, there is something to suit all business needs. All agreements (excluding conventional space) are offered on super flexible month to month basis and include all clients need to grow the business. Clients get their own fully furnished office space with access to meeting and board rooms, high speed internet, kitchen facilities and numerous other extraordinary amenities. In addition, the workspace allows clients to have 24 hours access in 7 days of the week. There are lounges and breakout areas where you can take a break during a hectic workday.

Location

The business centre is a regional centre situated in Teesside in the North-East of England, approximately 10 miles south-west of Hartlepool and 2 miles west of Middlesbrough. The town has a district population of 191,000 (2011 census). The A19 and A66 dual carriageways link the town with the A1(M), junctions 57, 58 and 59 of which are all situated approximately 12 miles to the west. The A19 also gives direct access to Sunderland and Newcastle Upon Tyne to the north and York to the south. Local train services connect at Darlington with the main East Coast Inter City routes, connecting to London Kings Cross (2 hours 40 minutes) and Edinburgh. Daily scheduled flights operate to various UK and European destinations from both Teesside Airport (5 miles to the west) and Newcastle International Airport. The town is developing a diversified economy, with strong growth in the service sector in recent years. However, manufacturing is still important to the town with a greater than average proportion of the population employed within this sector.