At various points a market town, military supply port, trading hub, fishing centre and industrial metropolis, Hull has been at the centre of UK commerce for hundreds of years of its history. Although the fishing industry has declined, Hull remains a busy port, handling over 13 million tonnes of cargo yearly and employing over 5,000 people in the port operations sector. And with tourism, the arts sector and higher education playing an increasingly important role in the city's economy, Hull has managed to shift successfully from a 20th-century heavy industry city to a modern cultural and professional services hub.
Connected to Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool via the M62, Hull is a commuter-friendly city; it's been previously ranked as the 4th-best cycling city in the UK.
Situated right in the heart of the regenerated city centre, our Norwich House serviced offices
are just a few minutes' walk away from Hull's central railway station. In the midst of the city's many amenities, the area is an up-and-coming business district that's suited to new businesses or small businesses looking to relocate.
As well as serviced office space, our business centres in Hull have optional bookable meeting rooms
, where you can pay by the hour for the space you need. Hosting a client? Regus centres also offer sociable working in our coworking spaces