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Work:Space

Join our thriving, supportive community of professionals in a way that works for you at our new Work:Spaces at Newton Abbot and Teignmouth libraries. Whether you need a desk for a day, ongoing office space, or somewhere to regularly collaborate, get inspired and network – we are here for you.

Customers receive free wi-fi, access to bike storage and showers, tea and coffee making facilities, 24/7 access to the building (by arrangement), and benefit from opportunities for networking and collaboration. Both Work:Spaces are in convenient town centre locations, with full wheelchair access.

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HOTDESKING
Open plan co-working
Flexible & 24/7 bookings by arrangement
14 desks
OFFICE SPACE
Individual pods / rooms
Quiet space
4 person private offices
STARTUP SUPPORT
Optional library membership
Access business databases
In person support

 

Hotdesking

Hotdesks can be booked for co-working in open plan areas at both Work:Spaces, with 8 in Newton Abbot and 6 in Teignmouth.
Hotdesks are available flexibly during library opening hours, or for longer term bookings we can offer 24/7 access by arrangement.

Private meeting rooms or office space

Book a professional meeting space for client meetings, a private office for your team, or a quiet work pod to work alone.

Newton Abbot features 3 individual work pods, and Teignmouth has 2 single offices for private working. Both Work:Spaces have small office spaces for up to 4 people. To check availability please email us.

Startup support

When you book to work in one of our Work:Spaces you can become a library member, with access to resources from the Business and IP Centre Devon. These include online resources and business databases, as well as in person support at Exeter, Barnstaple and Paignton.

Daily and monthly pricing is available, starting from £10 per day and £100 per month.

For more information or to book, email roomhire@librariesunlimited.org.uk or call 0333 2342123.

 

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…in the unlimited potential of library services to make a positive difference to people’s lives and communities through a shared love of reading and access to high quality information and facilities.