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200 GBP /m
Connections at Trafalgar Square, London

Connections at Trafalgar Square


Connections at Trafalgar Square is the place to work, meet, dine and stay in London's finest all in one Private Members B... More

400 GBP /m
eOffice - Soho, London

eOffice - Soho


Located on the iconic Oxford Street in the very heart of London, our brand new coworking centre is at the junction of Soh... More

20 GBP /d
PLATF9RM, Brighton



PLATF9RM is a thriving business community in Brighton & Hove, creating contemporary workplaces for its members. From free... More

40 GBP /m
Collabor8te, Glasgow



Collabor8te is flexible coworking and meeting space in the heart of Glasgow. We offer hot desks, meeting and training ro... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in United Kingdom

Good wifi, desk space and kitchen facilities and great community working which was the best part.
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The atmosphere is peaceful with a welcoming atmosphere. The space is nice and quiet, not heaps of back gr... Show More
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Having set up 2 new businesses just before the pandemic, this place has been fantastic for us. Great atmo... Show More
Gareth Love
Jason Works isn't what you'd call a normal office - the decor, layout and environment offer something com... Show More
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Coworking Office Spaces in the U.K.

The United Kingdom has become one of the most popular countries for shared work space in the world. With the ever-evolving tech scene in London as well as entrepreneurial hubs in cities like Manchester and Bristol, the concept of coworking desk spaces in the UK has become a norm. Many remote professionals and self-employed freelancers in the U.K. are finding it more practical to seek shared office space rentals. In many cities across the U.K., urban work space is very expensive, leading startups and small business owners to locate alterative work space options, including coworking office space.

History of Shared Work Space in the U.K.

The coworking office market in the U.K. has stood out from other European countries since the trend in shared work spaces began. Many coworking offices have been active in the U.K. for many years, developing and offering coworking desk spaces long before WeWork and other big-name chains entered the market. Although shared office space rentals in the U.K. have expanded in size to include private offices and meeting rooms to accommodate an increasing demand, open-plan work spaces still account for half of the U.K.’s overall coworking desk space.

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Although the various types of office space rentals available in the U.K. depend on the city, the most popular shared work spaces focus on locations nearby public transportation, business necessities like strong Wi-Fi, and fun amenities such as free coffee and beer. You can narrow your search for office space rentals in the U.K. by numerous features, such as cost, location, accessibility, and car parking. Coworker makes finding your perfect coworking office space in the U.K. easy, thanks to a variety of filters including everything from meeting room capacity to catering options.

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Home to the Beetles and the birthplace of Shakespeare, the United Kingdom or Britain as it is often referred to, sits on the northwestern coast of the European mainland and includes Great Britain, Ireland and some smaller islands. It has the 12th longest coastline in the world being surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean with the North Sea in the east, the English Channel in the south and to the south-southwest is the Celtic Sea. Its capital city of cosmopolitan London is a thriving tech hub and the globally influential financial and cultural heart of the country. This is where the renowned universities of Cambridge and Oxford can be found, as well as the historical wonders of Stonehenge and Bath's Roman spa.

Of its population of 64,767,115, 91.6% are connected to the Internet with 58.7% playing on Facebook. With the latest news of the United Kingdom withdrawing from the European Union (2016) the ramifications are looking like a slap in the face for the European startup scene, as it is perceived that during the ensuing changes, vulnerable startups will become the victims. It is predicted that the amount of venture capital funding coming out of London, which is a key component of the European startup scene, will plummet. As a consequence entrepreneurs will exit the EU chasing the funding they need, which will be available in places such as New York, Singapore and Silicon Valley.

The UK held numerous cards in its favor for business incorporation (favorable laws, plenty of available capital and market access to the whole of Europe), but this will no longer be the case. On the flip-side if startups are created in "hard" times, it tends to make them leaner, hungrier and more efficient, leading them towards forming long lasting and cash-flow positive businesses, which is a bonus.

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