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4 Wharf Street

The units on the first floor of 4 Wharf Street are filling up fast as more and more businesses take advantage of all that 4 Wharf Street has to offer. The first floor is a stylish and modern environment with vivid Jersey scenes on the walls that create a high impact environment.
Each unit is a blank canvas to make your own. All suites come furnished with a desk, office chair, drawer units and six electrical plug points.
Additional facilities include individual mail boxes to ensure privacy, a kitchen that serves all the suites, showers, phone system that allows for individual phone numbers, a boardroom, air conditioning, CCTV and free online wi-fi access.
4 Wharf Street is designed to help businesses thrive and has 24 hour access so that there’s no limitation on the number of hours you’re able to work. A cost effective secretarial service is available for when you are away on business, on holiday or just need assistance answering calls.
4 Wharf Street has flexible leasing terms. A three month notice is all that is required to end the lease. A self contained suite costs from only £375 a month and there are no service charges as heating, lighting and water are all included in the lease. With so much of the cost included in the lease it’s never been easier for a new business to get up and running.

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