‘Hot officing’ launches in rural Oxfordshire to bring remote teams together

Jennings Monument Park (jennings.co.uk) in Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, has today launched its ‘Hot Officing’ offering from its serviced offices space. Businesses with a remote staff can hire a fully serviced office for as little as a day to bring their team together on an ad hoc basis.

There is a variety of serviced office spaces at Hampden House on Monument Park suitable for teams of up to 10 people. The rooms can be hired individually or multiple spaces can be hired together for large companies. Businesses simply invite their staff then settle in for the day, or as long as they choose to hire out the space, which includes:

Access between 9am and 5pm

Work areas with desk + chair plus breakout areas

Superfast Wi-Fi

Printing credits

Meeting room availability

Unlimited refreshments

Use of kitchen, toilets and shower

Free car parking

Virtual office service options – call answering, registered address, post handling, etc.

Cleaned and sanitised daily

View: Workspaces at Monument Park

Monument park is located 15 minutes from the M40, 30 minutes from the M25, and 12 miles from Oxford city centre. An on-site café and outdoor gym, plus some friendly pubs and lovely walks are on the doorstep for those looking for a regular ‘hot office’ environment or those seeking an away day experience.

Paul Mabbutt, CEO of Jennings, says: “The ‘hot office’ is a natural stepping stone as the workplace evolves from its ‘work from home’ order of the pandemic to ‘hybrid’ scenarios aimed at easing people back into the office environment. For businesses that have grown geographically spread teams through the pandemic, we provide a pleasant and accessible setting. For growing local businesses on our waiting list for tenant units, it also provides a temporary alternative to bring their team together regularly or on an ad hoc basis. Operationally, it’s an extension of our existing ‘hot desk’ offering that’s popular with freelancers, consultants and those travelling for business.”

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