Flexible workspace opens in Belfast

Regus’ new site will provide meeting rooms, offices, co-work space and virtual office services for entrepreneurs in the Northern Ireland capital

Global office provider Regus has opened a 6,000 sq. ft. site in Arnott House, Bridge Street; its second workspace in Belfast.

Housing over 70 workstations, the new facility will offer workspace options on flexible terms to small businesses, start-ups, remote workers, national firms and global businesses.

The site will provide co-work space, offices, meeting rooms that are bookable by the hour and virtual office services.

Arnott House is located within a 10 minute walk from central transport hubs Donegall Quay Bus Centre, Central Station, Great Victoria Street train and bus station and the Metro network.

Regus UK CEO, Richard Morris, said that the new site is “testament to the city’s need for cost-effective workspace that matches today’s flexible, modern workforce”:

“We know that more and more people are working flexibly, instead of the traditional nine to fivein the office, and we are seeing a growth in interest in flexible working options which provide a more agile alternative to fixed offices.”

For our guide to starting a business in Belfast, click here.


Action point: Search shared workspaces and assess if it could be worth co-working with other start-ups (external site, opens in new tab)

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