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Whether its office space for a Recruitment Company, studio space for a Marketing and PR Agency or warehouse space for personal training, Hoults Yard will have space with the potential to suit you. Workspace at Hoults Yard can vary in size, specification and cost so it’s best to call us for latest available spaces and to book a viewing. We’re pretty flexible here, so if you’re looking for space don’t hesitate to get in touch. Originally one of the most famous pottery factories in the world, Hoults Yard is a large site, providing office space, event space, industrial units and storage facilities. Buildings aptly named The Kiln, The Old Forge, The Pattern Shop and The Teapots provide office space, art studios and much more. The Clock Tower Café, at the very heart of the yard, offers the perfect meeting place for potential clients, somewhere to spend your lunch break or a great spot to catch up with your neighbours from around the yard. With high speed fibre connectivity, 400 onsite parking spaces, 24/7 security and 24/7 access Hoults is a vibrant, exciting business village which currently has over one hundred businesses occupying space, ranging from Engineering, PR & Marketing agencies, artists, charities, film and media, a travel agent, a hair and beauty salon, a health club and personal trainer, retail outlets, on line distributors and lots more!! Maling Exchange is the newest addition to the Yard and offers high spec office space, recently honoured with two RICS awards in both the Commercial and Building Conservation categories.
Located within the Ouseburn, there are also exciting opportunities to branch out into the wider community. If you are thirsty, you might sink a pint at The Free Trade or The Tyne Bar – often bumping fellow ‘yardies’