Serviced offices are normally found in business centres, which themselves give your business a whole host of benefits. A business centre is either a whole or part of an office building where offices are leased to tenants with short-term leases. These can be found either in the centre of a town or city or on a business park. Generally speaking, the premises are modern, either in new buildings (usually found at business parks) or refurbished interiors of older buildings.
When looking for offices in Edinburgh or London, or any other major city, you can therefore rent a short-term lease at a prestigious address without the extra expense that a conventional lease would have, plus all the added charges for building maintenance, etc. on top. Offices in a city centre are best for businesses which receive customers at their premises because they will be easy to find and get to. Having an office in a well-known or large building as well will also garner extra respect for your business, and you’ll be paying less for the privilege!
For businesses that do not have members of the general public on their premises regularly, it is perhaps a good idea to consider an out-of-town business park rather than an office in Leeds city centre, for example. Being out of the centre gives better access to motorway links and makes it easier for your employees to access facilities like free or discounted parking without having to pay exorbitant city centre prices.