Office Space

First and second floor office suites

Office suites accessed by secure entry system

  • Flexible rolling monthly contracts
  • Inclusive heat, light and rates.
  • Internet with Wi-Fi
  • VOIP telephone systems
  • Access 7 days a week
  • Secure fob entry system
  • Discounted meeting room hire
  • Town centre location
  • Communal kitchen and break out areas
  • Access to business support services

Vibrant and modern
serviced offices

The office suites are located on the first and second floors, both have self contained kitchens and toilet facilities. All office suites are accessed by a secure fob entry system with each office individually secure.

The suites are of different sizes, many benefitting from natural light through exceptionally large windows. The trendy communal area on the first floor, is a great informal break-out space. Should a more formal meeting be required, CBC offers a board room and a fully equipped training room. Both of these are available to hire whether a tenant of CBC or a local business.

Suites are of different sizes, many benefitting from natural light through exceptionally large windows.

Office sizes and weekly rent

First Floor
Prince 335 sq ft £130
Bottomley 234 sq ft £120
Taylor 156 sq ft £85
Hattersley 94 sq £55
Dean 90 sq ft £55
Smith 88 sq ft £60
Second Floor
Bracewell 309 sq ft £120
Netherwood 300 sq ft £120
Butterfield 265 sq ft £120
Jessop 94 sq ft £60
Vibrant and modern serviced offices but the local history is apparent, with each office suite named after a successful and famous habitant of the town.

The history behind the suite names

Prince Smith was a Victorian local mill owner who donated the canopy along one side of Cavendish Street in 1910.
Gordon Bottomley, (1874 – 1948) was born in Keighley. He was a famous poet and playwrite. There is a blue plaque to commemorate him at the top of Cavendish Street.
Timothy Taylor (1826 – 1898), a local brewer opened Timothy Taylors Brewery in 1858.
Richard Hattersley (1761 – 1829) founded engineering works in Keighley. His son George completed the world’s first power loom in 1834. In 1921 they developed the Hattersley Standard Loom.
Joseph Dean (1825 – 1909) founded Dean Smith & Grace in 1865
Herbert Smith (1889 – 1977) born in Bradley initially worked at Dean Smith & Grace. He designed the Sopwith planes; Triple, Snipe and Camel. The Sopwith Camel plane was a WW1 single fighter bi-plane and was the most successful at shooting down enemy aircraft.
Bracewell Smith, (1884-1966) 1st Baronet, KCVO was born in Keighley made his fortune in property, building the Park Lane Hotel, London in 1920 and once owned the Ritz. He was also a Conservative Party Politician and the Chairman of Arsenal Football Club (1949-1962). In 1955 Bracewell paid for Cliffe Castle to be redesigned into a museum/art gallery for the people of Keighley.
Christopher Netherwood, a lawyer in Keighley bought some cottages and erected Cliffe Hall in 1828. It was completed in 1933 to designs by George Webster.
Cliffe Castle was owned by the Butterfield family. Henry Isaac Butterfield took over the house in 1848 and his son Sir Frederick Butterfield transferred ownership in 1928 to a company he formed, Cliffe Castle Estates. Sir Frederick was married to the cousin of US President Roosevelt.
Keith Jessop born Keighley (1933-2010) British salvage diver and successful marine treasure hunter, being the greatest underwater treasurer in history when he salvaged 431 out of 465 gold Russian bars from HMS Edinburgh which was sunk in battle 1942.
Briggs Conference Room
Asa Briggs (1921 – 2016) was an English Historian who was made a Life Peer in 1976. During the Second World War, Briggs served in the Intelligence Corps and worked at the British wartime codebreaking station, Bletchley Park.
Sugden Meeting Room
Mollie Sugden (1922 – 2009) born in Keighley, a TV actress best remembered as Mrs Slocombe in Are you Being Served. During the Second World War she worked in a munitions factory in Keighley making shells for the Royal Navy.