Green Fish Resource Centre, Manchester - M4 1LE
Situated in the heart of Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter, this centre offers fully-serviced private offices and co-working space, with flexible terms and an all-inclusive fee to make sure you have no hidden fees at the end of the month. This centre provides space for charities, community organisations and social businesses. Requirements to be placed in this centre are; your company must be a charity, a non-profit organisation, a social enterprise, an ethical business, or have a strong local benefit to the regeneration of an area. It is also a requirement to have a defined social purpose which falls in line with the centre's purpose of "building a more just, equitable and sustainable society through the promotion of social change". Other amenities here include; 24/7 access, great transport links and a friendly on-site management team to answer any queries and help your business thrive. Cycling to work is a great option and here with the on-site bike racks you will have peace of mind knowing your bike is safe and secure.
This business centre located in the heart of Manchester's Northern Quarter provides an excellent base for your business. Getting to and from work here won't be a problem as there are excellent transport links present, including Manchester Piccadilly train station which is just short 8-minute walk away from. The area is also serviced by many bus routes. This trendy area is one of Manchester's most vibrant and is home to a range of bars, restaurants, cafes and independent shops, whether it be to grab something quick on a lunch break or a business dinner, there is something for everyone!
Local Area Info
The city of Manchester is considered to be the commercial, cultural and educational centre for North West England and has a population of approximately 483,900 (2009). Major economic drivers include financial services, culture and media, manufacturing, life science industries and communications. The city is home to a large number of regional and international companies.
Manchester was home to the first railway station in the world and is also famous for being the place where the first programmable computer was developed, where scientists first split the atom and for its sporting connections.
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