Glasgow Office Space Location Data:
For any business director considering a Scottish location for an office or headquarters, Glasgow has a lot to offer. The Glasgow transport system is fantastic with a huge directory of bus routes connecting the city together along with Glasgow International Airport (GLA) and Glasgow Prestwick International Airport (PIK)which provides a great choice of places for visiting executives and colleagues to land and the Glasgow rail network which is the most extensive UK urban rail network outside London.
Glasgow has two main train station locations: Glasgow Central train station and Glasgow Queens Street train station. Glasgow also has its own underground network, the Glasgow Subway which is the UK’s only 100% underground metro system Glasgow also offers great access to the road network with the M8 motorway passing right through which connects to the M77, M80 and M73 motorways.
Glasgow sits on the banks of the river Clyde and several tunnels and bridges inc the Kingston Bridge, the Erskine Bridge and the Clyde Tunnel provide easy crossing. Ferry services are also available inc the Renfrew Ferry between Yoker and Renfrew and the Kilcreggan Ferry in Inverclyde and a regular waterbus service links Glasgow City Centre with Braehead in Renfrewshire, which is 30 minutes downstream.
Glasgow office space is available in a wide variety of different options which range from large, “empty shell” open-plan office spaces with no additional corporate or business services, to fully serviced office space and executive suites in professional, executive business centre locations. Glasgow offices are available in a broad directory of different rental terms. The larger open-plan “empty shell” office spaces and commercial office property tends to be available for sale (freehold ) or non-flexible, longer term leasing / sublease / sublet terms whilst serviced office space in a Glasgow corporate business centre is generally rented on very flexible monthly terms.
Executive suites and serviced office spaces in Glasgow vary from top-end executive office space to more cost effective options which enable you to better manage your corporate budget. Most business centres in Glasgow offer additional corporate business services on an ad hoc, flexible basis inc offices that are prepared with cat 5 cabling systems for telecom and broadband services which can also be provided for you and are managed by on-site I.T. or property management teams, fully decorated office spaces which are furnished with executive desks and chairs, generally at least one flexible executive meeting room suite which can be rented as required, property security systems inc. cctv and security guards, trained reception staff that provide a professional receptionist service often with administration / secretary services too.
Many people consider the heart of Glasgow to be George Square, but other popular locations include the shopping precincts of Argyle Street, Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street, with the main shopping centres being the Buchanan Galleries and the St. Enoch Centre, with Princes Square and the Italian Centre specialising in designer labels. Glasgow is also popular due to its mixture of both modern and period architecture such as the Glasgow School of Art, the Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed Willow Tearooms, the picturesque period Queen's Cross Church, the modern Glasgow Royal Concert Hall which are located on Buchanan Street, the Glasgow Science Centre which is one of Glasgow’s “ must see” attractions, the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre which is Scotland's premier national venue for concerts, conferences and public events, and the Clyde Auditorium (known locally as the "Armadillo").
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