Located on the third floor of the iconic building, which is already home to News UK’s group of media titles, the facility will offer a variety of high-specification, flexible workspaces and business services. Facilities on offer will include a dedicated, drop-in business lounge, private offices, meeting rooms, Virtual Offices and administrative support.
The facility is expected to attract a broad range of customers, from large corporations to local SMEs looking for a workspace that can grow with their business. Based on the experience of other locations, Regus also expects the business lounge to be popular with mobile workers looking for somewhere productive to work between meetings or on business trips, thanks to its excellent transport links and close proximity to London Bridge Station.
Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus said: “We are excited to announce the opening of our new location at the heart of the London Bridge Quarter, one of the capital’s most exciting business districts.
“The opening is testament to the growing demand for our flexible workspace proposition which allows companies to remain agile, work wherever it suits them and keep overheads down.
“As a world leader in flexible workspace, we are committed to continually expanding our network and making business easier for our customers.”
Regus already has numerous locations in the area, including ones on Hay’s Lane and at 3 More London. The company has over 320 business centres in the UK alone, and 2300 across 104 countries.