Our flexible tenancy terms suit businesses needs with just one calendar months’ notice.
Doing business here will give your exposure to more than 55 other local businesses who call Millfields home.
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Refurbished warehouse space providing 43 business units in Plymouth – offering office and light industrial space.
Located within the Millfields (former Royal Navy Hospital) site, Mary Seacole Road offers 3 buildings with offices and light industrial space to rent. Each spaces comes with a kitchenette, WC and allocated parking, 24/7 security and is accessible.
Creykes Court is a grade two listed building which has been beautifully restored to its former glory, situated within the prestigious Millfields secure site offering office space across four floors. With beautiful surroundings, 24 hour security and an onsite sandwich and coffee bar, this is a great place to do business.
Contemporary office space with instant IT connectivity, our state-of-the-art business center offers an exceptional choice of modern offices across four floors. With high speed internet and the service charge included in our rentals, 24/7 access, onsite meeting rooms and onsite landlords, this is the perfect office space for rent in Plymouth.
Our co-working space located in the Genesis building, is a low cost solution where you can work in an open plan environment.
The Millfields Trust are excited to finally announce that they are now the owners of The Famous Firkin Pubin Stonehouse with the help from Plymouth City Council’s £130,000 loan from the Inclusive Economy Fund.With the Trust being a not-for-profit Social Enterprise, PCC’s support, both through the fund and frommembers of their team, has been invaluable in helping the Trust realise their dreams and aspirations for theStonehouse neighbourhood.
The Famous Firkin was once an important part of the fabric of the community, bringing people together and makingthis corner of Stonehouse a better place to live. In recent years, the pub has been in gradual decline, bothin the number of users and the physical condition of the building. The Millfields Trust are veryexcited to begin a makeover and bring the once much-loved building back to life for the Stonehousecommunity.
Josanne Stewart, Chief Executive of the Millfields Trust said: ‘‘It’s so important for us as a SocialEnterprise to remain focused on the Stonehouse community. We want the pub to welcome allsections of the community back through its doors and offer affordable and good quality healthy foodfor everyone. We have lots of ideas on the type of activities we hope to run and we are alreadytalking to some community members on different uses for the pub.’’
‘’We know we will have challenges ahead; it was never going to be a straightforward project, but weare ready for the hard work and we know it’s going to be worth it.’’
After the building has been made safe and secure, the Millfields Trust will be inviting local residentsto have their say on future uses and activities.
Councillor Pat Patel, Cabinet member for Customer Services, Culture, Leisure and Sport said: “Oneof the areas I am responsible for is building stronger communities and it’s great to be able to help thetrust with its plans for this important listed building in the heart of Stonehouse.“Through our Inclusive Economy Fund, we support social enterprises that want to create jobs andbring unloved buildings back to life and this scheme hits all the right notes. This is all part of our on-going work to build back better following the pandemic, helping to get people back into work andrevitalising underused buildings.”
The Millfields Trust was established in 1999 and is a trading Social Enterprise set up to help regenerate theStonehouse neighbourhood in Plymouth. Our mission is to create life changing employment opportunitiesfor the residents in the heart of Stonehouse and rejuvenate Union Street as a civic spine, restoring thehistoric link between the City and Devonport.
We do this by providing a platform to enable SME’S to grow and develop, offering high quality affordablebusiness space for rental on flexible terms. Our premises are designed to support emerging, small andmedium sized enterprises across all sectors. Our business space is home to new, expanding andestablished organisations including the creative sector, third sector organisations and social enterprises.