Dedicated Coworking space

Offering an ideal option for freelancers or small businesses, our coworking lounge is a dedicated space located inside Innovation Centre 6.

Become part of an established business community of vibrant small and medium-sized enterprises and large renowned multinational companies, access fully-funded University support programmes and networking events.

Available for just £99 +VAT per calendar month | One month free trial period

What’s included in my membership?

Photograph of the Keele University coworking space, foreground desks with chairs, background soft seating and bookshelves

Workspace & Services

Located in the heart of Keele University’s Science & Innovation Park, coworking membership includes:

  • Hot desk space in a dedicated coworking lounge, with 24-hour secure access 
  • Free on-site parking (including electric vehicle charging points). 
  • Access to bookable meeting space, included in monthly cost. 
  • Access to facilities including kitchenette areas, café, bike storage and showers. 
  • Free Wi-Fi, reception services included
Growth support

Growth Support

Gain access to Keele’s knowledgeable staff, expert academics and local business leaders via fully-funded business support programmes.  

Become part of a thriving business community, with on-site events and networking activities, designed to foster collaboration. 

Facilities & Amenities

Facilities & Amenities

Located in the heart of the UK, nestled in Keele University’s 600-acre campus, you can access a wide range of facilities and amenities. Highlights include:

Available for just £99 +VAT per calendar month

Coworking space tour

Take a look around our dedicated coworking space. Please get in touch if you require an alternative format.

Five funder logos, including UK Research England, Midlands Engine, Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire LEP, Staffordshire County Council and European Union ERDF Coworking membership is delivered through the Keele University Science & Innovation Park Smart Innovation Hub (Ref: 32R17P01691). This programme is part-funded through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) as part of the England 2014 - 2020 European Structural and Investments Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme, the Midlands Engine and Staffordshire County Council, with support from the Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire  Local Enterprise Partnership.