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Highly secure warehouse spaces to rent

Explore the perfect warehouse space for your business operations, from compact mini-warehouses to expansive industrial warehouse units. Whether you need a dedicated warehouse space to store, organise, manufacture, distribute, manage, and fulfil inventory, we have the perfect space for all business types and sizes. Our warehouse units are secure, flexible, and affordable. 

Renting a warehouse space

We offer a variety of warehouse space across the UK, from secure small warehouses for startups to expansive commercial warehouses to rent and industrial warehouse units for more established businesses. Each warehouse unit serves as a blank canvas, customisable to meet your needs, whether you require a dedicated space for individual operations or seek a bigger space for larger-scale operations.

What’s included?

Our sites can include the following:

  • Unrestricted 24/7 access – use your space day or night as you see fit.
  • Excellent security – roller-shutter doors, CCTV, & barrier entry where applicable.
  • Tall clear heights – ideal for safely storing more on large racking.
  • Vehicle access – drive right up close, with ample space for loading and unloading. 
  • Onsite parking – onsite or nearby street parking. 
  • Phase three electricity – stronger power supply to accommodate higher loads.
  • Site manager – for onsite business and maintenance support.
  • Our warehouse spaces for rent

    Small warehouses

    Small or mini-warehouses at BizSpace offer compact, secure storage solutions ideal for online retailers, small manufacturers, and distribution startups that require flexible storage without large-scale warehousing. These self-contained units are perfect for storing products, equipment, or seasonal items, keeping them safe and accessible.

    Industrial warehouses

    Industrial warehouses at BizSpace provide expansive storage and operational spaces tailored for heavy-duty manufacturing, large-scale distribution, and logistics operations. These warehouses are perfect for manufacturers, distributors, e-commerce retailers, and logistics companies requiring extensive storage and logistical capabilities. 

    Find a warehouse near you

    Why choose a BizSpace Warehouse unit?  

    We offer customisable warehouse solutions to fit your business. Our units are designed for your needs and have flexible lease terms to ensure a smooth transition. We make getting started a breeze – our contracts are clear and concise, with no surprise fees. Plus, we provide excellent value with competitive rates and small upfront deposits.

    Highly secure

    Roller shutter doors, CCTV surveillance and barrier entry systems at selected sites.

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    Customisable spaces

    Our units come as a blank canvas, meaning you can easily create the space you want.

    Quick and easy

    Finding, viewing, and securing your unit is as easy as one, two, or three.

    Competitively priced

    Not only are our prices hard to beat, but we’re transparent with no hidden extras

    Small deposit

    We only require a two-month deposit, instead of the six months you’ll find elsewhere

    Simple contracts

    Short-term licence agreements for smaller units and three-year leases for larger units.

    Don’t just take our word for it

    Get going in just three simple steps

    Find the warehouse you want to see and book a viewing. We’ll show you around our workshops, and where applicable, our business centres. We’ll be on hand to answer any questions you have.
    Sign up
    We have simple one-page licence agreements for short-term rentals or leases for longer-term rentals. Signing up is quick and easy – and all our terms are transparent.
    Move in
    You could be ready to go within an hour. Our dedicated centre managers are on hand – where applicable - to support you during and after moving in.

    What types of businesses rent warehouse spaces?


    These businesses buy products in bulk and then distribute them to retailers or other companies. They need warehouse space to store inventory before it is shipped out. 

    E-commerce Retailers

    With the rise of online shopping, e-commerce businesses need warehouse space to store inventory and efficiently fulfil customer orders. 


    Companies that produce goods often require warehouse space to store raw materials, work-in-progress inventory, and finished products before distribution. 

    Logistics and Distribution Companies

    These businesses specialise in warehousing, managing, and distributing goods for other companies. They require large warehouse spaces to accommodate various clients' inventory needs. 

    Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Providers

    These companies offer outsourced logistics services, including warehousing, transportation, and fulfilment. They rent warehouse spaces to store and manage inventory on behalf of their clients. 

    Cold Storage Facilities

    Businesses that store and distribute perishable goods, such as food and pharmaceuticals, often require specialised cold storage warehouse spaces to maintain proper temperature conditions. 

    Choosing the right warehouse space to rent

    Whatever your type of business, it’s essential to understand the range of suitable workshop spaces available for rent. Uncover our insider tips on everything you need to know about leasing a small industrial or private workshop space—from discovering the right size-to-person square footage to estimating expenses and capitalising on the perfect location for your venture. 

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    Frequently asked questions

    Warehouse sizes can vary widely, ranging from small units of around 1,000 square feet to extensive facilities spanning several hundred thousand square feet or more. The size depends on factors like location, purpose, and the specific needs of the businesses operating within them, including storage capacity and logistical requirements.

    Warehouses typically fall under Class B8 of commercial property use. This classification covers storage and distribution centres. Warehouses are essential for logistics, holding goods before distribution. They are distinct from other commercial classes, such as retail (Class A1) or industrial (Class B2 for general industrial or Class B1 for light industrial).

    An industrial unit typically refers to a property designed for manufacturing or production activities, often with office space. Warehouse units are specifically for storage, distribution, or logistics purposes and lack manufacturing facilities. A warehouse is a type of industrial unit. Industrial units may include warehouses, but not all warehouses are equipped for all industrial activities.

    When calculating total warehouse costs in the UK, it’s crucial to consider all relevant factors. These include rent or mortgage payments, utilities (electricity, water, gas), insurance, property taxes, maintenance and repairs, staffing, equipment leasing or purchasing, and additional fees for security or waste management services. By summing these expenses, you can arrive at a comprehensive and accurate estimate of your overall warehouse costs.

    Warehouse cost per square foot varies widely depending on location, size, amenities, and market conditions. Generally, at BizSpace, warehouse leasing rates can range from £10 to £40 per square foot annually for standard space, while specialised or prime locations can command higher rates.

    A warehouse is a commercial building or space storing goods, materials, or merchandise. It typically includes features such as loading docks, shelving or racking systems, and security measures. Warehouses are central hubs for inventory management, distribution, and logistics operations across various industries.