State of the art offices in the heart of Sheffield.

 

ABOUTUS

Electric Works is a welcoming, professional environment for fast-growing creative, digital, technology and media companies.

 We provide flexible office spaces for any business, from freelancers to small start-ups to large organisations, offering a range of facilities and services, including serviced, semi-serviced, or unserviced offices, meetings rooms & events spaces, a co-working lounge, shared offices, and even a three storey helter skelter!

Creative, digital, technology and media sectors are enjoying fast growth in Sheffield, so we believe providing a nurturing hub for the community of talented people and businesses is important. Our plug-and-play offices and co-working space make our business centre a magnet for innovative, ambitious companies, as does our three storey helter skelter – the largest one in any UK office.

 

Just two minutes from the train station, and 10 minutes from the M1, we are well-connected in every sense. As the greenest city in England, you are never too far from one of Sheffield’s beautiful parks or woodlands and respite from the city can also be found just over 20 minutes away in the Peak District.

bike storage

We have a highly secure bike storage in our car park available to all internal clients and visitors upon request.

flexible

central

We offer flexible licences with a notice period of 20 working days. We also have a co-working space for flexi-workers.

We are located next to both the train and bus stations, surrounded by Sheffield's finest shops, pubs, bars & restaurants.

parking

Free visitor parking available for events, meetings, and office clients. We also have private parking options available, and discount vouchers for the nearby Q-Park and NCP.

Electric Works

Sheffield Digital Campus

3 Concourse Way

Sheffield

S1 2BJ

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Photography and videography by Joe Garth