Offices for rent in Great YarmouthEger24 knows when and where to find a good office rental and we can do just that for anyone seeking out a space in the Great Yarmouth. Setting up business in this gorgeous coastal town is a great idea for anyone looking to be in the Norfolk area. Whether you’re looking for a conventional space, need your offices to be serviced or are thinking it would be best to share an office, keep these points in mind when deciding on what type of space you want.
Conventional Office Rentals• As a rule thumb allow 50 – 60 sq ft per person*
• Suited for larger business operations
• Short term leases require 2 – 3 years minimum commitment
Serviced office Rentals• Let by the desk • Choose from standard offices to executive suites
• Expand or contract as your business grows or shrinks
• Rolling contracts that are flexible
• One monthly bill covers all associated services
Shared office Rentals• Monthly rolling contracts
• Benefit from developed infrastructure & facilities already in place
• All utilities & rates packaged in one monthly bill
• Provides a more professional feel compared to a lone office
• Can give the allusion of one bustling working environment
*This rule applies to all of the above
Great Yarmouth Business FrontA large chunk of the local economy is reliant on the tourist industry. Summer is an important period for the town, with attractions at Britannia Pier and Wellington Pier proving to be the top tourist destinations and help to bring £500 million to the local economy. The last few years have seen a big investment in creating green energy sources just off the coast and a push for the local economy to shift gears and be known for offshore renewable engineering, manufacturing and logistics. This has led to the local council going through periods where tax for office space has been reduced to be 18% lower than the rest of Norfolk.
Business ParksMost business parks lie along the A12 main road in and out of town. Some of these include Falstoff Business Centre, Beacon Innovation Centre and Yarmouth Business Park. Office space is quite cheap here and some of the best places to keep an eye on are Havenbridge House, Regent Street and Lime Kiln Walk.
Transport LinksThere are three main A roads in and out of Great Yarmouth, the A47 from the northwest, A143 from the west and A12 from the south. They all lead to either the A1, M1 or M25. The average length of a drive from Great Yarmouth to Norwich is 30 minutes, to Cambridge 1hr 40 minutes and to London 2hr 40 minutes. Great Yarmouth railway station sits on the east bank of the River Yare. It offers direct services to other towns in the region and an indirect service to London via Norwich. The closest airport is Norwich International Airport, roughly 18 miles east of town. It has daily flights to Aberdeen, Manchester, Edinburgh, Amsterdam and Bulgaria.
EducationThere are no universities in the town, although it does have an NHS university hospital. The closest higher level institutions are in Norwich where the University of East Anglia, City College Norwich and Norwich University Of The Arts are located.
Social LifeThe population is a mixture of families and older people. Many locals use the location to their advantage and keeping fit is a big activity for many. With the promenade to the east and the Norfolk Broads to the west, running and hiking are very popular. There is also a surprisingly large bird watching contingent in the area, due in part to the fact that many rare breeds of bird reside in Breydon Water. Spread your wings and take a look at the current listings we have for offices in Great Yarmouth below.
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