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SALISBURY Old Fire Station

Salt Lane, Salisbury SP1 1DU

The Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre on Salt Lane, Salisbury is ideal for anyone looking for highly competitive, start-up business space at the heart of the city centre with the main shopping area, eating places, theatres and transport connections all within a few minutes' stroll.

The Enterprise Centre not only provides offices for start-up, micro and small businesses - perfect for those who, until now, have been working from home - it also offers excellent business networking facilities for events, seminars, workshops and meetings, and a communal space to relax with business colleagues and clients.

There are also meeting rooms ideal for training, presentations and conferences.

Welcome to your perfect workspace!

The Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre has seen the conversion of this historic city centre building – once the local Fire Station– into the perfect space for small and growing local businesses. It has a range of offices with between one and five desks, free high-speed broadband, meeting rooms, hot desks and a communal networking area.

  • £50/desk per week for office space, all-inclusive (except phone calls!) with an easy-in, easy-out rental agreement What's included
  • Co Working space for a minimal monthly fee. What's Included
  • Hot desks to hire by the half-day or more What's included
  • Disabled access to ground floor offices and meeting room
  • High-speed broadband and WiFi
  • Communal meeting and networking space as well as fully equipped meeting, conference and training rooms with presentation facilities
  • FREE business advice and support through the Wiltshire Business Support Service, and access to business grants
  • Business networking events in the Centre
  • Virtual office facilities from just £25 per month

Contact Rachel Finlay now to find out more, or to arrange a visit 01722 567345 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  


Meet our tenants

web Andy Rogers

"Having your own office is such a major step forward for any new business – and it gets me out from under my wife's feet at home!" says our first business tenant Andy Rogers. Read more...  

 

View a full Tenant list across all 4 Enterprise Centres here 

 


 

 

Free, impartial business support and advice

As part of the The Enterprise Network programme, Wiltshire Council is funding the Wiltshire Business Support Service to offer free, independent and impartial business advice and support to start-up businesses across Wiltshire and, where eligible, help to apply for business grants, such as the Specialist Business Advice Grant and others, to help your business grow.

Contact Wiltshire Business Support Service to find out more about how they can help you: 01225 402096 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


About the Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre

The Old Fire Station Enterprise Centre is one of four Enterprise Centres across Wiltshire offering offices, hot desks, meeting and training rooms, networking, free business support and information about grants. The others are at Ludgershall (near Tidworth), Trowbridge and Royal Wootton Bassett. The Enterprise Network is keen to develop satellite Enterprise Centres, and there are Capital Grants available to make that happen.

The Enterprise Centres are part of The Enterprise Network (TEN), a £5.2m initiative to boost small and start-up businesses across Wiltshire and Swindon, is led by Wiltshire Council in partnership with:

  • Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
  • Enterprise Wiltshire
  • Swindon Borough Council
  • Military Civilian Integration Partnership and 43 Wessex Brigade
  • Wessex Chambers of Commerce

Funding: The Enterprise Network (TEN) is funded by Wiltshire Council, Action for Wiltshire, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Rural Growth Network funding from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Government Equalities Office through the Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), and Plain Action Local Action Group (LEADER) funded through the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE). 


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