Located in the beautiful Essex market town of Waltham Abbey, this BizSpace centre provides a perfect combination of professional space in a picturesque location. The four storey building has been refurbished to create a range of office suites set within an ideal environment for meetings, solo work and networking (view the 360° tour here). Facilities include an on-site café, conference venues and breakout areas, all brought together by sleek interior design. Benefiting from full air-conditioning, a dedicated on-site team and plenty of free parking, the centre is the perfect new home for your business.
Our Waltham Abbey business centre is in a prime location bordering Essex, Hertfordshire and London, offering excellent road and rail links. We’re located just north of the M25, between Junction 25 and J26, providing fantastic links to the A10 and the M1. There are regular buses to Waltham Cross Station - just 1.5 miles away - which has direct trains running to London Liverpool Street in under 40 minutes. Waltham Abbey town centre and all of its amenities are less than half a mile away with a Lidl and Tesco Superstore even closer to the centre. We have a number of centres to the north of London including Hemel Hempstead, London Colney and Perivale.
BizSpace Waltham Abbey has been refurbished to create sleek and modern office suites. Boasting an impressive range of services spaces, sized from 75 sq ft to 2,454 sq ft, the business centre caters to firms of all shapes and sizes. Each is equipped with telecoms and has access to professional facilities in the building.
Prices start from just £308 per month. Become a key part of our flourishing business network and get in touch today.
Whether you need meeting space for an informal brainstorming session, a training exercise or that vital sales pitch, our business centre has a cost-effective and flexible meeting room to suit you. The room benefits from plenty of natural light and air-conditioning, and can be rented by the hour, day or half-day with prices starting from £25.
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