Aura Newark has a fascinating history – once the salvage depot for 2nd World War RAF planes, it has also been a clothing factory and then remodelled into a thriving business centre.
Being just a five-minute walk from the town centre or Newark Castle railway station space offers lots of options for travel. The excellent road network and nearby car parks take the strain out of the journey. Once you arrive everything is here for you.
Architecturally designed to be light and airy, Aura Newark is all on one level for easy access; air-conditioned it offers a fully-serviced working environment with a dedicated reception, hospitality service, a well-equipped kitchen, lounge and break out areas, extensive meeting facilities as well as hot desk and virtual office services.
Serviced office clients can enjoy free car parking and discounted rates for meeting room hire as well as 24/7 access to the building so they are free to work at a time that suits their business needs.
Technology is on hand to help you, with superfast broadband in each suite, connection and access to 15mb is free of charge and all public areas are able to access free wi-fi, giving you total freedom over where to work.
Newark is on the River Trent and is steeped in the rich history of English civil war where the notorious King John met his demise. The large marketplace still holds daily trading – once known for wool and cloth, it now sells antiques and fresh produce. Well known for antiques, jazz and festivals as well as an internationally renowned violin making school, there is always something going on. Newark is a thriving base for both business and local residents, many of whom commute to London for business due to the excellent Northgate to Kings Cross 90 minute service on the East coast mainline.
Visitors to the area can enjoy the wide selection of independent retailers as well as the large chains. When needing a break there are over a dozen coffee shops and an extensive range of bars and restaurants.
This market town in Lincolnshire dates back to the Iron Age and is the largest town in the North Kesteven district. Bypassed by the A17 and the A15, it is connected to Lincoln, Newark, Peterborough and King’s Lynn. Sleaford railway station is on the Nottingham to Skegness (via Grantham) and Peterborough to Lincoln lines.
With these excellent links Sleaford is a great location for basing a business in Lincolnshire.
Aura Sleaford is full of character being a traditional Georgian house that has been restored to offer 10 office spaces located on the ground and first floor. Here clients have full secure access at all times and can make the most of the large car park, well equipped kitchen on each floor and should they need a quiet space to work or meet a client then we also have a hot desk available.
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