There are many of us that are looking forward to getting back to ‘a normal life’. COVID has changed the way a lot of us work. Our embedded norms have been broken but this has allowed us to think about what we want our own routines to be in the future. Do you really want to get in a car and start commuting again?
Working from home is not going away. Many companies are now re-acessing the larges costs associated with commercial offices; which have been mostly empty over the last 12 months.
Hook Norton Low Carbon Co-working Space
Hook Norton Low Carbon (HNLC) are a mutual benefit society set up to benefit the community of Hook Norton and the Environment. HNLC are planning to set up a co-working space here in Hook Norton which could be accessed on a subscription basis.
The costs would be made on a subscription basis :
- From £35 a month for up to 3 days a week access*
- From £50 a month for unlimited access*
- From £100 for a permanent desk*
*HNLC are at the stage of assessing interest in the initiative, therefore prices are subject to change.
Co-working subscriptions would include:
- Co-working desk space at the HNLC co-working space
- Secure WiFi
- Access to a printer, scanner and photocopier
- A discount on board room bookings
- Sustainably and ethically sourced coffee and tea facilities
Register your Interest
If you would be interested in using our co-working space, please use the form below or email email@example.com to register your interest. HNLC are at the stage of assessing interest in the initiative. Please include:
- Which subscription model you would be interested in
- If there is not a subscription model that suits you, please state what you’d like to see offered
- When you’d like to start
- What else would you like to see at our co-working space.
What makes it Low Carbon?
When it comes to co–working, benefits such as collaboration, convenience and cost are widely discussed. But coworking spaces also offer another upside: they’re more environmentally friendly than any other type of office space.
As a concept, co-working offices offer some level of sustainability that exceeds regular working environments. With different businesses and freelancers sharing space and amenities, coworking means less waste.
Using a shared office instead of separate offices means less heating, less electricity, less water used for amenities like dishwashers etc. Perishable supplies like milk and other refreshments get used up faster, so there is less waste there too.
Our co-working spaces would be furnished with up-cycled furniture and subscribers would be encouraged to share and demonstrate green initiatives. Travel to the space should be easy without a car within the village.