Hotdesking is more popular than ever, so where in Cheshire is it possible?

By Rich Wilcock

8th Feb 2023 | SME's and Start-Ups

The pandemic changed how businesses and certainly how some of them worked including the emergence of the hybrid model.

For some though, working from home can be a lonely experience. For freelancers and small businesses, the opportunity to hotdesk on certain occasions to break the loneliness and provide a space for workers to meet and socialise is very appealing.

And there are now plenty of spaces in Cheshire to do just that.

In Macclesfield, SebSpace was opened in 2019 and has two locations. One is on Hulley Road, opposite the offices of Astra Zeneca whilst the other sits within the town centre itself, at King Edward House. The King Edward House location is currently under refurbishment, however.

SebSpace offers multiple different ways to utilise your time and space away from your home office. Offering day passes, flexible membership rates, and even private office and meeting spaces, it is designed to offer as much flexibility as possible for the worker.

For workers in Crewe, KFH Network offers a flexible hotdesking solution in the heart of Crewe. Set up to help others combat the isolation that can happen with homeworking, it offers hot desking, meeting spaces, and dedicated office space.

KFH Network in Crewe (image - KFH Network)

The Colony has three locations currently, in Wilmslow, Stockport, and Knutsford, with a fourth location to open soon in Goostrey.

They offer a little more exclusivity with catering and a bar at their Wilmslow HQ, which offers a seamless serviced space for workers.

The Colony Wilmslow Coworking space (image - The Colony)

Of course, Manchester has seen large growth in this area also and if anybody felt they wanted to venture a little further afield, Manchester has several hotdesking locations including The Colony Manchester, WeWork, Flagship and Beehive amongst others.


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