Office Space in Norfolk

Office space is currently available to let in prime business locations throughout Norfolk. You can view a selection of the available offices below, use the area links to find more or contact us and let us find you exactly what you need.

Norwich


St Crispins Road NR3 St Crispins Road Office Space - NR3

This eye-catching building contains superior office space ideally suited to enhance your business image. Excellent facilities are on offer to allow you effortless operations including broadband internet, meeting rooms, 24 hours availability and professional reception... More info

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Queen Street NR2 Queen Street Office Space - NR2

This premium office building is established on Queen Street, Norwich, and comes complete with an excellent mix of features including the ability to save space and resources through our hot desking facilities, conferencing facilities suitable for important business meetings... More info

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Palace Street NR3 Palace Street Office Space - NR3

This outstanding Norwich business centre situated on Palace Street provides lounge room provided with comfortable furnishings, conference rooms for hosting important presentations and discussions and shared office space facilities. This building offers fully furnished... More info

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Prince of Wales Road NR1 Prince of Wales Road Office Space - NR1

This outstanding Norwich business centre situated on Prince of Wales Road provides lounge areas provided as an informal area where people can socialise, conference rooms for you to use for lectures, presentations, or other discussions and video calling facilities for... More info

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Norfolk is a predominantly rural county that benefits from an excellent location on the shores of the North Sea and within a 2-hour radius from London, Cambridge, and Leicester. High-impact growth opportunities exist throughout Norfolk in a variety of sectors, including automotive, electronic, and marine engineering, clean technologies, food processing, agri-tech, life sciences, and financial services. Many large companies have already benefited from Norfolk's infrastructure, low operational costs, and excellent location, including API Technologies, MSI Defence, Landamores, Zenos Cars, Group Lotus, Aviva, Virgin Money, Money Facts, and Germains. Specialised facilities are available across the county, with the most notable being:

  • The Norwich Research Park, which provides first-class lab and office space to leading research organisations like the Institute of Food Research, the Genome Analysis Centre, the John Innes Centre, and the school of pharmacy at the University of Norwich.
  • The Hethel Engineering Centre, which offers dedicated space to engineering and manufacturing businesses, as well as incubation services, specialised consultancy, high-level training, and meeting and conferencing facilities.
  • The Broadland Business Park, easily accessible from Norwich and offering Grade A office and industrial space along with leisure and entertainment facilities.
  • The East of England Energy Zone, a cluster of companies involved in clean energy production, oil and gas, windpower, and nuclear energy. Companies who relocate to the zone benefit from close collaboration with and support from leading R&D institutions, including the Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge, the Energy Technology Centre at Cranfield University, the Low Carbon Innovation Centre at the University of East Anglia, and the EPSRC for Innovative Manufacturing in Through-Life Engineering Services.

Traditionally, tourism has been one of the most important and reliable sources of income for Norfolk residents and businesses. The county is home to the Norfolk Broads (which attract over 8 million visitors every year), ancient castles and historic buildings, and to several seaside resorts located along the award-winning Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To this day, the visitor economy remains the second largest industry sector in Norfolk in terms of employment numbers and revenues generated. Nearly 60,000 people work in this sector, whose worth is estimated at £2.96 billion. A recent business confidence monitoring report revealed that nearly 60 per cent of companies involved in tourism across the county expected to experience growth and improved their performance, and up to 80 per cent of local business owners claimed to be satisfied or very satisfied with the performance of their businesses so far.

Moreover, an increasingly large number of firms in the creative and digital sectors are choosing Norfolk as their base. This sector grew by 21 per cent within three years alone, and has a strong focus on specialisms like gaming, software development, networks, and digital marketing.

The county's strategic growth plan will focus on improving business start up rates in Norfolk by extending the reach of the Outset Norfolk programme, creating seven entrepreneurial hubs in designated rural areas, developing 40,000 square feet of dedicated manufacturing facilities, creating 55,000 new jobs by 2021, and securing EU funding that will be allocated to SME growth programmes.

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