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Market Walk, Wakefield, WF1

Our ref: # 19921

The office space is located in Trinity Walk in the heart of Wakefield city centre. It comprises of more than 60 stores plus cafés and restaurants. Anchored by Debenhams – Wakefield’s first, ...

From £155

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Bond Terrace, Wakefield, WF1

Our ref: # 25298

Normal Rate £100+vat pcm per workstation. Business Centre providing office services and virtual offices with a programme of business support for growing businesses based in the hea...

From £100

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Denby Dale Road, Wakefield, WF1

Our ref: # 1777

Special Deals available Ask for details The Centre has operated for many years but is continually updated with decor furnishings etc. There are meeting rooms for up to 30 persons. Arrang...

From £240

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West Parade, Wakefield, WF1

Our ref: # 9487

Tucked away in a quiet leafy area, close to the commercial centre of Wakefield. Westgate railway station is just half a mile from us. On the great northern line, it provides links to Leed...

From £110

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Denby Dale Road, Wakefield, WF2

Our ref: # 9774

This centre comprises of 280,242 sq ft (26,034 sq m) Business Park with units ranging from 400 sq ft to 28,500 sq ft (37 sq m to 2,647 sq m). The centre offers flexible managed workspa...

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Fryers Way, Wakefield, WF5

Our ref: # 14060

Modern self contained office suites from 2 desk spaces upwards, available on flexible tenancy agreements. The office buildings are located at the gateway to Silkwood Park, a 102 acre mixe...

From £120

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Oakhurst Avenue, Leeds, LS11

Our ref: # 29016

The Centre, is only 10 mins from town, with fantastic views of Leeds and its surroundings.   It can accommodate small business needs to larger requirements in a secure and professional env...

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Oakhurst Avenue, Leeds, LS11

Our ref: # 29017

A fine example of industrial heritage, the Centre was built in the 1920’s, and has undergone a multi million pound refurbishment but retains many of its original Art Deco features   Join a...

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Balm Road, Leeds, LS10

Our ref: # 14171

Great value, good quality office space. Only £10 psf including all service charges. Just 2 miles from Leeds City Centre, free off road parking, excellent road connections, nearby shops...

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About Wakefield

Wakefield is a city and major centre of economic activity in West Yorkshire in the north of England. The city lies along the River Calder and on the eastern edge of the Pennines, a range of mountains and hills referred to as the Backbone of England. Wakefield is a short distance south of Leeds, the largest city in Yorkshire and is equally close to Huddersfield, a major market town that lies to the west. The city was an important site in the Wars of the Roses, which raged between supporters of two competing local dynasties as they vied for the English throne during the 15th century. In later centuries, Wakefield grew in prominence as a centre for local commerce thanks mainly to the establishment of an inland port.

Setting up your business here

Wakefield has a broad range of companies based in its numerous office space locations. The kind of businesses operating in the area include professional services firms, financial consulting groups and IT consultants. One particularly notable local employer is Coca-Cola, whose plant in Wakefield produces more soft drinks by volume than any other in Europe. Among the companies with office bases in the city are the Oval Insurance Group, Calder Security and the office technology company Copiserv.

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Things to do in Wakefield

Wakefield is a deeply historic city and there are numerous sites of local interest that are long-standing landmarks still serving as functional and civically important locations. Among the best examples of local engineering and Victorian ingenuity are Chantry Bridge over the River Calder and Wakefield Town Hall. Wakefield Cathedral remains the tallest building in the city whilst also being one of its oldest. Other local visitor attractions include the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, an open air gallery showcasing some of the best in contemporary arts. Meanwhile and if indoor art viewing is more what you’re after then you should check out The Hepworth, one of Yorkshire’s best modern galleries. For great places to eat in Wakefield and its surrounding areas, many of the best options are hillside pubs with wonderful views and excellent atmospheres. Among the most renowned and popular are The Waggon & Horses and the Plough Inn. Popular restaurants in central Wakefield include the Bella Roma and the Mex Cantina, which serve Italian and Mexican foods respectively.

Local transportation

  • Tube lines: N/A
  • Mainline stations: Wakefield Kirkgate
  • Nearest motorways: M1, M62
  • Nearest airports: Leeds Bradford International Airport
  • Other: Trains connect to the East Coast Mainline towards London

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