Regus to open business hubs in three shopping centres

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BUSINESS centre provider Regus has announced a tie up with retail landlord British Land which will see three business hubs open up in UK shopping malls.

The Regus Express sites will be in Meadowhall in Sheffield, Broughton Shopping Park in Chester and Fort Kinnaird Shopping Park in Edinburgh.

Based in what were offices used by the centre management, the hubs will offer co-working space, private workstations, complementary refreshments, secure wi-fi and meeting rooms.

Charles Maudsley, Head of Retail for British Land, said: “This is an exciting partnership that will enable us to continue to broaden the landlord services we provide. Our retail portfolio encompasses locally preferred, accessible, high quality locations making us the natural partner of choice for Regus. The format will bring high-specification workspace and business services to our consumers and visitors.”

Phil Kemp from Regus commented: “Although a shopping centre might seem like an unconventional work environment, it is precisely this type of location where we see strongest demand for flexible workspace. With the rise of mobility, work and leisure time is blurring, and people want to work wherever it suits them.”

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