What is included in a Business Centre?
A Business Centre will normally be a space which is owned, or leased, by a Serviced Office Operator. The operator divides the building into smaller office suites which are then let as Serviced Offices. The operator manages all of the services that would typically be needed by a business occupier such as building maintenance, heating, lighting, air conditioning, cleaning, security, etc.
Usually, the operator will also create a professional reception area and meeting rooms which can be used by the tenants for an hourly charge, however, this can change from building to building. A receptionist may also be employed.
Some business centres will provide a wider range of additional optional services such as secretarial support, IT support or photocopying services and these can be paid for by the tenants on an 'as used' basis.
Some of our London centres even have fantastic and surprising extras like a rooftop terrace or even an in-house running track, for those of you really wishing to make an impact with your space.