New co-working space in Accrington

Accrington co-working

2-Work have been selected to operate a new flexible co-working office space that will open in Accrington’s Burtons Chambers once renovation works are complete. 

Currently operating workspaces in Leeds and Wakefield the business will also develop and launch the operational model, manage memberships, recruit the new team who will run the space, lead marketing, and develop plans to attract and retain users, members, and partners. 

2-Work’s Gal Leslie said:  “Our goal is to create a modern, collaborative environment that fosters innovation, entrepreneurship, and community growth. Together, we will build a space where individuals and businesses can thrive, connect, and contribute to Accrington’s community.”

Her colleague Janthea Griffin said:  “As our plans come together we’re looking forward to sharing information about how local businesses and business people can find out more about our plans for Accrington and the workspace that will be available in this fantastic heritage building.” 

2-Work were selected following a procurement process led by CBRE, on behalf of Hyndburn Borough Council.

Accrington Town Square’s transformational projects have been funded through the Government’s Levelling Up Fund.

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