There’s so many things to do in Oxford, and in this guide, we will be covering why basing your business at Pure Offices in Oxford is a great decision and what amenities and activities you can expect in this area.
Pure Offices at Oxford is based at Oxford Business Park – a premier business location. The site is beautifully landscaped, adjoining the southern ring road, and 3 miles south of the city centre.
A wide range of offices are available, starting from 100 ft2. Built in 2012, these modern office spaces are all managed from a central reception.
With free parking, meeting rooms to hire and an on-site team – your visitors will always be welcomed into a professional environment, with a smile.
Oxford Business Park is the former home of Morris Motors which created Oxford’s motor manufacturing hub and thousands of jobs.
Morris Motors Production rose from 400 cars in 1919 to 56,000 in 1925. Between this time period, Morris built or purchased factories in Abingdon, Birmingham, and Swindon to add to the pre-existing factory in Oxford – pioneering the introduction of Henry Ford’s techniques of mass production to the UK.
Manufacturing in Cowley continues to this day with the BMW Mini manufacturing plant being based just over the road from Pure Offices Oxford.
Whether you’re meeting a client for lunch or meeting friends after work, if you love trying out new restaurants then being based at Pure Offices Oxford will be ideal for you – all of the following restaurants are only a very short drive away:
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There’s plenty of landmarks to visit just a short drive away from the Pure Offices buildings. From museums and libraries to parks and rivers – there’s lots of nature to enjoy, too if you want to stretch your legs and take in the outdoors.
The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Hosting world famous collections from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time.
The world-famous Bodleian Library is a must-see cultural destination in the heart of Oxford. It was founded by Sir Thomas Bodley and officially opened in 1602. Since then the Bodleian library has grown to become the largest academic library system in the UK.
Punting is one of the best things to do in Oxford and is a popular pastime of residents and visitors alike, it’s great for team bonding exercises with employees and clients.
At Magdalen Bridge Boathouse you can hire a punt for an hour on your lunch break or if you want to make a whole day of it, you can stay on the river as long as you like, so long as the punt is returned to the boathouse at least half an hour before sunset.
There’s lots to see on your travels -including Oxford’s famous Botanic Gardens and Christ Church College Meadows, where Lewis Carroll taught in the mid-19th century when he wrote Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through The Looking Glass.
Punting not your thing? Take a walk through the many beautiful parks that Oxford has to offer instead.
Taking into account the brilliant location and amenities, you may be wondering why you haven’t already taken a look at Pure Offices Oxford!
Benefit from simple, flexible contracts with a minimum term of only 3 months and a genuinely easy in, easy out experience.
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