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General Listings up to 5 miles (8 km):
Type Distance Address Size Terms Contact
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 18.12 Sq M (195 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 29.26 Sq M (315 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 18.58 Sq M (200 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 26.01 Sq M (280 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 32.98 Sq M (355 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 20.9 Sq M (225 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 25.64 Sq M (276 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100
Serviced Offices 3.4 miles
(5.5 km)
dbs Managed Offices, The Old Rectory, Main Street, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8DG 18.12 Sq M (195 Sq Ft) PCM (Inc.):
POA
Nicky Severs
DBS
Glenfield
0116 232 5100

Serviced Office Space in Leicester

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Leicester is a city and unitary authority area in the East Midlands of England. It is the county town of Leicestershire. The city lies on the River Soar at the edge of the National Forest. In 2006, the population of Leicester unitary authority was estimated at 289,700, the largest in the East Midlands, while 441,213 people lived in the wider Leicester Urban Area. Leicester is the tenth most populous settlement in the United Kingdom based on the 2001 census definitions and the urban area is the fifteenth largest conurbation in the UK whilst also being the second largest city in the region behind the Nottingham Urban Area.

Ancient Roman pavements and baths remain in Leicester from its early settlement as Ratae Corieltauvorum, a Roman military outpost in a region inhabited by the Celtic Corieltauvi tribe. Following the demise of Roman society, the early medieval Ratae Corieltauvorum is shrouded in obscurity, but, when the settlement was captured by the Danes, it became one of five fortified towns important to the Danelaw. The name "Leicester" is thought to derive from the words "castra" of the "Ligore", meaning a camp on the River Legro, an early name for the River Soar. Leicester appears in the Domesday Book as "Ledecestre". Leicester continued to grow throughout the Early Modern period as a market town, although it was the Industrial Revolution that facilitated an unparalleled process of unplanned urbanisation in the area.

A newly constructed rail and canal network routed through the area stimulated industrial growth in the 19th century and Leicester became a major economic centre with a variety of manufactories in engineering, shoe making and hosiery production. The economic success of these industries and businesses ancillary to them resulted in significant urban expansion into the surrounding countryside. The boundaries of Leicester were extended throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, becoming a county borough in 1889 and having been granted city status in 1919.

The years after World War II, particularly from the 1960's onwards, brought many social and economic challenges. There was a steady and irreversible decline in Leicester's traditional manufacturing industries and, in the city centre, working factories and light industrial premises have now been almost entirely displaced by new businesses. The 1960's and 1970's saw the movement of passengers and freight by rail and barge eclipsed by the growth of road transport. The Great Central Railway and the Leicester and Swannington Railway both closed and the northward extension of the M1 motorway linked Leicester into a growing motorway network. By the 1990's, Leicester's central position and its good road transport links to the rest of the country had given it a new strategic importance as a distribution centre and the south-western boundaries of the city have attracted many new businesses in both the service and manufacturing sectors.

Today, Leicester is a thriving city located on the Midland Main Line and close to the M1 motorway. Leicester has a large ethnic minority population, a product of immigration to the United Kingdom since the Second World War. The city has a large South Asian community and, as such, many Hindu, Sikh and Muslim places of worship. Leicester is a centre for higher education, with Leicester University, De Montfort University and Loughborough University all based in the region.

In terms of shopping facilities, Leicester boasts a number of high class retail developments, the most recent of these being Highcross, which opened in September 2008. The Leicester Lanes and St. Martins Square are home to a wide range of fashion outlets and specialist boutiques. To the North of the city, Belgrave Road is famous for its Asian shops selling beautiful sarees and spices, while, to the South, an eclectic mix of local independent retailers and galleries can be found on Stoneygate. Meanwhile, Fosse Park, near Junction 21 of the M1 motorway, is home to many big chain stores and retail warehouse operators.

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