The north-eastern city of Newcastle Upon Tyne built itself as an industrial hub producing ships and being heavily involved in manufacturing. This history is still present today, with many of the museums dedicated to showing Newcastle Upon Tyne’s industrious past. More local culture can be found in one of the city’s many theatres, which often stage local productions. If big West End shows are more your cup of tea, then the Theatre Royal often hosts touring productions. The city is also a huge centre for retail, with countless shopping facilities and jobs created through this industry.
Travelling to Newcastle Upon Tyne is easy via the direct railway line along the east coast, which only takes three hours from London. The city is also served by Newcastle International Airport, which can be reached on the Metro, as it is only six miles from the city centre.
At our business centre at Cale Cross, we have professional meeting rooms within walking distance of local amenities and transport links. Our centre at Quayside has exemplary views of the River Tyne and its bridges, providing a great location to hold your next client meeting.
Regus can also provide the local business address for your company, complete with call answering services and mail handling. We also have co-working space available to hire today, even for just one hour. At our centres, we offer quality office space across the city with all inclusive technology access.