Working five days a week holed up at home is a real productivity killer, so here’s our round-up of some of the best coworking spaces England has to offer. Whether you need a quick collaboration or a little human interaction, there’s something here for every creative.
The Greenhouse N16 – Newington Green, London
Start coworking in style in this edgy, multi-purpose and multi-functional serviced space in North London.
Who it’s good for: Creative individuals, start-ups, and small businesses.
What you’ll get: Facilities vary depending on the package you choose. Part of the standard package includes 24-hour swipe card access, unlimited use of fibre optic broadband, event space available for hire at a discounted rate, and discounts at the Green Café. For a spot of R&R, you can also take part in their exclusive wellbeing classes at a discounted rate.
What it’ll cost: Anything from £50 a year, to £350 a month depending on the package you choose and the services you need. Head over and check them out at: www.thegreenhouselondon.com
Super + Super – Brighton
A bright and colourful space, which is perfect for arty-crafty freelancer types.
Who it’s good for: Beginner crafters, graphic designers, embroiderers, and fashionistas.
What you’ll get: Access to WiFi, 24-hour access, bills included, unlimited cups of tea, plus you’ll be the first to know about exciting, upcoming events.
What it’ll cost: £200 per month.
See for yourself at: www.supersuperhq.com
The Assembly – Manchester
Meet clients in this stylish and attractive workspace, and surround yourself with other talented individuals.
Who it’s good for: Collaborators, and anyone else who likes to work in a clean, friendly environment.
What you’ll get: Convenient city-centre location for client meetings, your own dedicated desk, fast Internet, access to meeting rooms, and you can bring a guest for free (maximum 14 hours a week).
What it’ll cost: £160 per month, all in.
Check them out here: www.assemblymcr.com
Port of Entry – Hoxton, London
The earthy vibe of Port of Entry is an ideal setting for London’s young creatives.
Who it’s good for: Artists, writers, students.
What you’ll get: A gallery, event space, and workplace all rolled into one.
What it’ll cost: Register your interest via their website www.portofentry.co.uk and they’ll send you a price.