Planetary House in Wolverhampton is a vibrant business centre with 60 units offering a mixture of offices to rent and commercial units that can be used as workshops, industrial units or for storage.
Our spacious units vary in size and are competitively priced, so we are sure to have something that suits your space needs and budget. We also have a meeting room, suitable for general meetings or events.
Benefitting from being close to the M6 motorway and the town centre, our business centre offers customers free, secure parking and disabled access. Plus there is a café onsite – the Posh Nosh Diner – that provides lunchtime snacks as well as more substantial catering.
Our friendly on-site team provides general support as well as ad hoc services such as faxing and photocopying.
We are fortunate to be based close to both the M5 and M6 motorways, with plenty of secure parking at the business centre for customers and visitors. If you're travelling by public transport, the nearest rail stations are Wolverhampton and Coseley.
Our Wolverhampton office space is based in a two-storey building to the front of the business park. The offices range from small, two-person suites up to larger offices for ten people.
Each office is furnished with desks and chairs and is offered on a part-serviced basis.
To help you settle in as quickly and easily as possible, we can provide packages telecoms and broadband, plus telephone answering. However, you also have the option to choose and organise your own suppliers.
We have a variety of workshops and industrial units, ranging from 1,000 – 2,800 square feet. Each unit is individually metred, so you only pay for what you use.
Due to their size and set up, our Wolverhampton unis can be used for storage, as workshops or light industrial units. Each has roller shutter doors and good access to allow loading and unloading of goods, with half also having their own toilet facilities.
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