Four Amazing Co-Working Spaces In Bristol (that aren’t ours!)

Are you a resident of Bristol? Are you looking to start a business that might operate in a co-working space?

Well, this article aims to pinpoint a few co-working spaces in Bristol that could fit your needs.

A co-working space is a communal space that enables individuals to work on a personal project, whilst allowing an opportunity to interact with others, whilst sharing the other facilities in the vicinity.

The following spaces are good for people who are looking to start up their businesses. In addition to this, they are affordable and therefore good for people who are limiting themselves to a budget.

Four Co-Working Spaces In Bristol

  1. Spike Island

This space is located on 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX. This space resembles an art gallery. It has white walls, huge open spaces, and polished concrete floors. This space houses a large number of creative business offices. In addition to this, the space has an amazing café that provides as little as coffee and as much as a beer and a meal. This space has a hipster vibe to it and works with its appearance to create a sense of creativity among the people working in their vicinity. The space also houses a film production studio, printing services, street and display parking close to the vicinity. For more information on this space, contact them on their site at www.spikeisland.org.uk

  1. Engine Shed

Located on Station Approach, Bristol, BS1 6QH, this incubation station provides for a variety of office needs. IT has seventeen office spaces, rooms for meeting, desk spaces for sharing between workers, and even a business lounge. The space may not provide for parking spaces, but the surrounding area offers a variety of parking spaces for anyone in need of one. In addition to this, the space location is in close proximity to the Temple Meads Station of the city. For more information on this space, contact them on their site at www.engine-shed.co.uk

  1. Hamilton House

The epicenter of Stokes Croft at 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY. This post-war office block owes its existence to a local action group that turned it into a center for social enterprises and working companies. The businesses in this space vary from designers, architects, film production teams, and even record labels. This is just but a few of the industries in the vicinity. This creates a serene environment for the promotion of creativity. In addition to this, the facility has a kitchen, therapy center, and a networking event within the vicinity every Thursday of the week. For more information on this space, contact them on their site at www.hamiltonhouse.org

  1. Bristol and Bath Science Park

This space is located on Dirac Crescent, Emerson’s Green, Bristol BS16 7FR. Just as the name suggests, this space mainly caters to technology and science based businesses. This modernized space is at the center of an environment that is known for its innovation, research, and development in the fields of the issue. Most of the Ph.D. grandaunts within the UK can be found at this location. The facility has a restaurant and a parking space within the vicinity. It also has laboratories and an environmental friendly surrounding. For more information on this space, contact them on their site at www.bbsp.co.uk

 

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