The Wansdyke Business Centre delivers fully equipped office space including furniture, phone lines, phone answering service and postal service. A range of office sizes are available, ideal for 1-10 people, and the flexible contracts allow you to expand and contract as you wish. Virtual offices are also available, providing you with a Bath address and a wide range of support services without the added cost of a physical office.
The Somer Valley area, to the south of the city of Bath, contains two towns (Midsomer Norton and Radstock) and six parishes, and has a usual resident population of about 39,848. The historic city of Bath is only half an hour’s drive away with the A367 to the North East and Bristol lies to the North West via the A37. To the south on the A39 lies the Cathedral City of Wells. Bath and Bristol provide regular rail links to London (only 90 minutes journey time). The town benefits from regular local bus services backed by a range of community transport options.
Managed by the Ethical Property Company, The South Vaults offices are home to a variety of small businesses and charities working for social change in Bath and across the UK.
Situated beneath the beautiful Grade II listed Green Park Station (originally named Queen Square station), and conveniently close the City centre, the open plan offices offer desk space with natural light.
If you're looking for a more flexible way to work, Bath also has a choice of Coworking spaces where clients can take advantage of the working atmosphere without committing to a full office. Whether you need to be surrounded by other working professionals or you simply want to get out of the house, Coworking is a great option to have. Some of our managed workspace providers also offer an element of coworking.
At the gateway to the Mendip Hills, Midsomer Norton, a historic market town with a distinctive character lies at the heart of the Somer Valley. Today the town offers high employment, a beautiful setting to live and work in, as well as being a distinctive destination to visit for leisure activities. Midsomer Norton is set to grow with 2,500 new homes and 1,700 new jobs within walking distance of the town centre, which could stimulate demand for quality retail, leisure, and cultural services.