Newcastle Upon Tyne sits slightly below the Scottish border, a few miles inland from the North Sea, in northeast England. The city’s proximity to the coast meant that it was ideally placed for shipbuilding and, for many years, the general area around Newcastle Upon Tyne was renowned for manufacturing and shipworks. Since that time, the city has diversified into sciences, arts and business, with Newcastle University being recognised among the esteemed Russell Group. This host of local talent has allowed for the city to become a northern hub for commerce, with many national and international organisations choosing the city as a base for operations.
From London, Newcastle Upon Tyne can be reached in just three hours via the direct Virgin Trains East Coast service. Travelling abroad is very easy from Newcastle International Airport, which lies just over five miles outside the city centre.
Regus’ Cale Cross business centre has engaging co-working options to suit every company’s needs, all in an ideal location within the city. Alternatively, our centre at Quayside has wonderful views of the city, with individual desk space available to hire today.
Regus has virtual offices in various locations throughout the city to suit your business. We offer fully connected conference rooms in Newcastle Upon Tyne that are available to rent by the hour. At our business centres in the city, we also have office space with access to modern facilities, including a break-out lounge space and communal kitchen.