Among the most popular industries active in Milton Keynes are technology, financial, recruitment and media.
In terms of popularity factor, the most sought-after areas in which to rent office space are those situated within walking distance of the train stations.
This is due to the premium cost of parking in Milton Keynes, as well as the fact that most businesses tend to be a satellite office to premises in London (or vice versa in some cases).
Office pricing is most often dictated by the Grade of the building, followed by its location.
For prime, high-end office space, tenants can expect to pay around £400 per person per month.
A Grade offices will cost companies roughly £400 per person, £250 for Grade B office space, and right down to £100 per person for the most basic office space.
These rates are, on average, are half of what one would expect to pay for the equivalent in London.
When considering serviced offices, it is important to remember that these costs usually cover a variety of amenities.
As a result, serviced office spaces can offer great value for money.
Not only this, but office space in Milton Keynes is relatively abundant, providing clients with an enjoyable amount of choice as well as competitive pricing.
Office spaces in Milton Keynes range in size but most offices can comfortably accommodate between three and seven people.
Spaces large enough to accommodate large corporates are also available, but there are fewer of these than smaller offices.
Five things you probably didn't know about Milton Keynes:
Why choose Milton Keynes?
- The first operational computer in the world was developed in Milton Keynes, at Bletchley Park
- The Point, an entertainment complex in the centre of Milton Keynes opened the first UK multiplex cinema in 1985 but closed in February 2015, almost exactly 30 years after opening
- Around half of local commuters travel less than three miles to work
- The centre:mk shopping centre receives around 30 million visitors each year; the population of the city is only 350,000
- The largest academic institution in the UK, the Open University, has its administration located at Walton Hall
One of Milton Keynes’ biggest draw cards is its convenient location.
With easy access to London, as well as Leicester, Birmingham, Oxford and Cambridge, the city offers residents optimal geographic convenience for both personal and business purposes.
The ever-growing job market and business environment as well and the constantly improving economy of the city make it an attractive location from which to operate.
Office space in the city also generally costs less than what it would in other larger cities.
In conjunction with lower office rates, the carefully planned structure of the city and first class amenities on offer make it an easy, enjoyable place to work and live.