It needn’t be tricky to find a good office that fits all employees and clients’ needs – whatever size the business is. Being empowered with the right information is key to making the best decisions for budget and for employees. It doesn’t matter if the business is a start-up, or a longer-term venture that’s in need of a refresh and rebrand, either. 
If inspiration is lacking, or the prospect feels too daunting then don’t worry – help is at hand. Here’s a handy guide on how to find the perfect office space. 


Think about the number of people employed and what they’ll need regarding equipment and facilities. Using an office space search with a company that specialises in business lettings can help with the decision making process.

Working with a good rental firm means that the best deals can be found and most importantly if one place isn’t suitable – another can be found quickly and with no hassle.

Factoring in extras like comfortable restrooms, break-out areas, and meeting spaces is also very important. Gone are the days of banks and rows of utilitarian desks and no leg room – now comfort and adaptability are key as more people return to work in the office full-time. 


Employees are the backbone of any business and making sure they’re at the forefront of making a decision when choosing an office space is important. Where do they live? Will the space be easily commutable for them?

A central location is a prime consideration – or at least one that’s accessible to good motorways or reliable public transport connections. If this isn’t possible, consider offering employees the opportunity to work in a hybrid mode. Talk to them and include them in any decision making processes – ask them what they’d like to see in their office.


A good quality workspace is essential – but it needs to fall within a sensible and manageable budget. Factoring in costs of everything, from monthly leases to hidden extras can make the difference between various office spaces. There’s no point in spending a fortune on a huge office that won’t meet the needs of a workforce – quality over quantity is key. A smaller space might be better for the budget and offer more flexibility than a large space with hidden extras. 


Always think about variety in any office space. Don’t keep employees sitting at one desk from 9-5 every day – try to find rooms that offer the chance to break out and get away – or to work in different spaces at different times.

This can create a sense of autonomy for staff and make them feel that they’re achieving and thriving. Comfortable work stations are one thing, but providing a variety of spaces to work in throughout the day means that employees won’t feel tied to one particular place – and it can encourage better work dynamics between staff. 


A happy healthy workforce starts with an office space that’s adaptable, sustainable, and comfortable. Finding one needn’t be a stressful experience if these few simple tips are followed.

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