North Wales Coworking Community and Tech Hub

At the heart of Llandudno’s Business District

 

 

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Professional Office Facilities in North Wales

Coworking Space

Flexible desk space across a number of coworking and breakout rooms, perfect for mobile working, collaboration, meetings and incubation. Currently operating with a small ‘pay as you go’ fee.

Meeting Rooms

Convenient and comfortable Llandudno meeting rooms available by the half day or hour. We have a formal boardroom, standard meeting rooms or more relaxed lounge areas.

Virtual Offices

If your business runs from home or elsewhere, having a virtual office in a fixed location can provide a fixed Llandudno, Conwy, North Wales address for your business which in turn gives a professional image to potential clients.

Serviced Offices

Trinity Square, an imposing central Llandudno building, beautifully refurbished and featuring cutting edge technology. A variety of offices to let in Llandudno in different sizes and formats, to suit your individual circumstances, all inclusive rent.

16 Trinity Square, Llandudno Office Accommodation a better way to do business in North Wales, a variety of offices to rent from £50 per week with use of boardroom and reception* and virtual office services from £10 per week . There is on site parking for sixteen cars, parking spaces are available on an allocated basis to tenants (supplement applies).

*Subject to shared availability

History

The building has had a colourful past, being built around 1980 as a private villa ‘Drummond Villas’ and then shortly after turned into a small hotel ‘Drummond Hotel’. During World War 2 it was home to the US Army who used it as their Officers’ Mess, see History PointDuring the Second World War the Drummond was requisitioned by the American Army for a doctors’ and officers’ mess. The US Army came to Llandudno during the build-up of British and North American troops for D-Day, when the Allies began to liberate France from Nazi occupation. The building continued as serviced accommodation until the mid 1980’s when the National Trust acquired the building and subsequently made it their Wales headquarters. Due to technology improvements and a rationalization exercise, they put the building up for sale in May 2015 and it was bought by Livetechnologies Ltd in the following February and turned into a business centre. As well as being the UK corporate headquarters for Livetech Ltd. The building continues to be extremely relevant as it hosts a new breed of business and entrepreneur, embracing flexible ways of working. We will be working on a page to show the various historic features of the building, such as a US Army Wireless Antennae still in position, old wallpaper and original door furniture. We are also collecting photos taken around the building and Trinity Square for this exercise.