Tel: +44 (0) 191 516 6200

Co-Working and Virtual Space

Open Space Co-Working


Ideally suited to start-ups, consultants, freelancers and those on the move, Open Space co-working is designed for those who don’t need, or aren’t yet ready for a fixed office space.

From £52 per month, offering high quality facilities and a friendly working environment, Open Space is perfect for collaborative, flexible working.

Tired of working alone, setting up in coffee shops or do you fancy a change of scenery from your home office? Try our co-working space and freshen up your working week.

Wi-fi, coffee and parking come as standard at the BIC and you’ll get access to virtual office services explained below. You’ll also have access to our co-working facilities at Business Central Darlington.

Want to give it a try for free? A complimentary day pass is available so you can see how Open Space works for you.

 “I don’t need an individual office but I do need a professional working environment with access to good facilities like car parking, a café and meeting rooms. Open Space co-working fits perfectly with what I need. It’s also nice to be surrounded by other likeminded businesspeople who work in a similar way.”
Charlie Dawson
Time Limit Interiors

Virtual Office Services

Need a professional business address and reception support? Our virtual office package offers mail handling, reception services and optional telephony services. You’ll also get access to Open Space co-working as a BIC virtual tenant.

Open Space Membership

All co-working & virtual office services
£ 52 Monthly
  • Open space access
  • Secure broadband
  • Free refreshments
  • Professional business address
  • Mail handling
  • Reception services
  • On-site business support

Additional Telephone Services

Bolt on phone services
£ 10-20 Monthly
  • IP phone and / or mobile app
  • Voicemail to email
  • Inclusive minutes to UK national and mobile
  • Telephone call recording option (incurs cost)

…or call us on 0191 516 6200 for more information.


This project was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).