Circa45 has opened its first co-working centre in Wooburn, Bucks.
Mill House, a former paper mill, has been refurbished and refitted to provide 42 desks, two meeting areas, breakout space and a kitchen. It is designed for start-ups, freelancers and small businesses in the county who want to work flexibly.
Glenn Bolton, founder and chief executive of Circa45, said: “Mill House is an attractive proposition for so many people, whether it be for those working for larger corporations in the city looking for a local workspace, or those looking for a flexible base in which to start their own successful businesses.
“Flexible workspaces are a hive of activity and creativity, and this is what we want to foster to help cross fertilise ideas and opportunities. We’re excited to open the doors to see this business growth, creativity and enrichment within our local community in action.”
Circa45 also plans to open centres in Windsor and High Wycombe.
Anthony Peck, director of acquisitions, said: “We are ambitious, not only for our locations but our users, as we want to give them the best tools to get the job done; our members club approach delivers a cleverly designed space where people can work how they want to, be that socially or independently, soaking up the atmosphere or within one of our quieter areas.
“We want to provide a space in which people can work from and do business. Mill House is located in the heart of Wooburn, which has excellent links to High Wycombe and London, abuzz with activity from small businesses and commuters who aren’t returning to their city office post-pandemic.”
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