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New Offices in Guildford Town Centre to Help Kick-Start Economic Recovery

Published on: 31 Mar, 2021
Updated on: 31 Mar, 2021

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With the end of Covid-19 restrictions edging closer and economic recovery now a big focus, Guildford will be welcoming the launch of newly refurbished office spaces at ONE Bell Court in the town centre.

ONE Bell Court in Leapale Lane is fully furnished and ready for immediate occupation.

It will bring more jobs and opportunity for the local economy and new workers to fill up the high street and support Surrey’s businesses.

Towns and cities across the UK have seen offices shut at an alarming rate. However, ONE Bell Court will be bucking the trend by offering brand new spaces for businesses to rent in the heart of Surrey.

Fully furnished and ready for immediate occupation, it features nine offices in total that can accommodate anywhere between five to 40 people. They are fully fitted with the fastest fibre broadband and all the modern facilities home working lacks.

ONE Bell Court has nine offices for between five and 40 people.

Located in Leapale Lane, ONE Bell Court is next to Waitrose and a very short walk from Guildford railway station. There is also convenient access onto the A3 from all directions.

The offices are close to the shops and restaurants on Guildford High Street, where new workers will help increase footfall to support local businesses and ensure the town centre thrives again.

Because flexibility has become such a necessity for working life, ONE Bell Court also offers short or long leases and provides a unique offer that bridges the gap between serviced offices and traditionally leased suites.

ONE Bell Court is fitted with the fastest broadband and has all the modern facilities home working lacks.

Howard Redhouse, representing the landlord, said: “ONE Bell Court is a brilliant opportunity for Guildford that will bring more businesses and employment opportunities to the local economy.

“This is part of a growing trend of businesses choosing to shun cities like London and opt for smaller towns like Guildford, which already has thriving technology, development and design businesses.”

Viewings are available now at with strict social distancing measures in place.

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