Office Space - Aldershot


Aldershot Enterprise Centre is used for networking event, training sessions and small meetings. As a Co-Working Community, their aim is to provide tenants with more than just an office space. The team can offer a listening ear and advice on ways forward for your business. They often run informal networking events so that you get to know like-minded entrepreneurs and can swap stories and ideas.

Facilities and equipment include a large meeting room (capacity 40 people, on the ground floor), small meeting rooms (capacity 5 people), a training room, hot desking, on-site cafe with buffet provision, car parking (50 spaces and 2 disabled spaces), outside area, Wi-Fi, flip chart, projector, iBoard touch screens with built-in-PC (Windows 7) or connect your own device, CCTV coverage of the building & car park. All facilities on the ground floor are accessible for wheelchair users. Conditions/restrictions on use include no alcohol, smoking area available at rear of building.

Meeting rooms and training facilities are available at an hourly, half-day and daily rate. The co-working space and smaller meeting rooms are not situated on the ground floor.

About Aldershot Enterprise Centre

Aldershot Enterprise Centre was set up in 2014 to support startups and small and growing businesses by providing affordable office space and services to the Hampshire and Surrey communities.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
Meeting room: £20+VAT per hour (depending on room)
Co-Working space: £5+VAT per hour
Office space: please contact for availability & hire charges

Find out more

Aldershot Enterprise Centre

0800 30 77 008




14-40 Victoria Rd
Hampshire GU11 1TQ

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