Offices for rent in Perth
Referred to as Scotland’s ‘Fair City’ you can be certain to find a professional space at a fair price with help from Eger24. Whether it’s temporary office space, commercial space or serviced space you’re looking for, there is a wide range available from our listings below. Here are some general rules to keep in mind when looking for a space:
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
Perth Business Front
Seen as the centre city in Scotland, Perth acts as something of a gateway between the Lowlands and Highlands. With Dundee to the east, Falkirk and Stirling to the west, and Dunfermline to the south along with Edinburgh, it’s a great location to house a business if you’re going to operating north and south of the country.
Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Broxden Business Park and St Catherines Retail Park are the main business parks in the area. Friarton Road, located right by the River Tay, is one of the best places to look for space if you’re looking for an office with fantastic views of the River Tay to the east and great road links towards the M90 to the south.
The M90 is the most important road in and out of Perth. It’s the main road if you plan on travelling to Edinburgh. The A9 on the west side of town is the ideal route to take if you plan on visiting Glasgow. It takes on averages 1 hour 10 minutes to drive between the two. Because of its stature is a central focal point, the main roads north also run through Perth, with the A9 to Inverness and the A90 to Aberdeen. One train station services the town. The route from Inverness to Edinburgh is the quickest way of getting to Edinburgh by train, with an average journey time of 1 hour 25 minutes. The Aberdeen to Queen Street Station line is the best way of getting from Perth to Glasgow by train. This journey takes roughly 1 hour 5 minutes. The closest airport, Dundee Airport, is 20 miles east of the town and takes 25 minutes by car. Edinburgh Airport is just 40 miles directly south of Perth is only 45 minutes away by car.
Higher education colleges in Perth include Perth College UHI. It is part of the University of the Highlands and Islands and it well known for its courses on aircraft engineering, computing and youth studies.
Perth is a very sporty city. Home to St.Johnstone Football Club, Blarigowrie Golf Club, The Dewar’s Centre (a hub for curling) and the Inches (large running parks), a person is never too far away from an excuse to work out. In fact most of the city’s attractions make use of the great surroundings and are outdoors based. From hikes up Ben Vrackie and Queen’s View, to Black Spout Wood and Scone Palace offering majestic country walks, it’s a place very much rooted in the outdoors. And if you’re ever looking for somewhere to eat, a stop at any of the pubs and restaurants on the A9 by the River Tay are where you’ll find the best homemade meals for miles around. Take a look below to see what businesses are currently on offer in Perth.