Office space in Stirling
Choose from over 5 locations in Stirling.
Our office space in Stirling is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needsOur serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Stirling provide solutions for businesses of any size.
Office, co-working and virtual office prices shown are per person, per day.
All prices shown are the minimum price, based on a 24 month contract or lowest rates available.
Meeting room prices shown are per room per hour at minimum rate.
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Benefitting from recent investment, Salford is home to the Salford Quays, a modern technology park attached to a vibrant entertainment district.
Manchester City Centre is the thriving heart of this northern commercial hub with transport links to Liverpool, Sheffield, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
Considered the Canary Wharf of Manchester, Spinningfields is a commercial suburb that boasts gleaming office buildings and well-kept garden spaces.
Manchester Airport boasts a rich history in aviation and many amenities for when you are waiting for that next flight.
About office space in Stirling
If you are searching for an office to let in Stirling, you will find our portfolio to be extensive, with different options to suit all of your business needs. Should you need an office for a temporary workforce or for a short-term project, have a look at our day offices. For a more permanent office space, we also have offices to rent by the week, month or even year. These can be customised with your choice of decor and tailored to the layout you require, with additional desk space on-hand as your company expands. You will find all of our serviced offices to be fully equipped and ready to go, with a desk, chairs and multiple electricity ports.
Stirling is known as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’ and is a city in central Scotland, located on the River Forth, between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Agriculture has always been of importance here and still is to this day. However, the local economy is also supported by higher education, retail, industry and tourism. It is a well-connected hub with nearly half of Scotland’s population living within an hour’s travel from the city. Enjoy easy access to both Glasgow and Edinburgh via the M9 Motorway, as well as from Stirling railway station, it is considered a well-connected area.
A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.
A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.
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