We know times are hard just now during this challenging period of uncertainty. For many, our working spaces have become dining room tables, the edge of the bed or our living room. There’s plenty to enjoy about the flexibility of working from home, but we’ve found that as more people begin to safely return to their offices, they come to realise what they were missing: other people!
An exciting opportunity has come up to join the thriving community of tenants based at The Circle. We have two separate office spaces available to hire on flexible and competitive terms, one of which includes a fantastic outdoor play area which would be perfect for a nursery or children’s services. Both spaces have plenty room for social distancing measures.
These spaces will become available over the coming weeks. To note your interest, discuss further or to arrange a viewing, please contact Paul Hastie on 01382 699990 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We work hard to support our diverse range of tenants who provide vital services to the community.
Why should you become a tenant of The Circle?
- We offer flexible tenancies at competitive rates
- Your rent fee will include utilities, recycling, water drainage costs and more all under one payment
- You will become part of a supportive and inclusive community which offers opportunities for collaboration
- We have extensive parking spaces available on site
- Tenancies include free use of one of our meeting rooms every month
- We also offer 8 hours of free consultancy time every year to our tenants
- Our offices have ample space to allow for social distancing measures
But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s some feedback from one of our tenants:
“As an organisation, what matters most to us is the connectivity and engagement we get with other organisations who are tenants. This allows us to better tap into the broader third sector community in Dundee and recognise opportunities for partnership working as well as areas of development. The tenancy at the Circle is so much more than just a physical space with helpful facilities; it is social hub that provides opportunities for growth to all who access it.
As in individual who often works on their own in the office, what matters most is the comradery that is present throughout the Circle. Being able to wander to the café at lunch and connect with other people (both service users and other organisations) who share similar experiences in the world of health and social care. It’s a huge benefit to know people are on hand for an encouraging word or to offer a professional opinion when you need it.”– Ben Matthews, Senior Advocacy Worker, Partners in Advocacy