The Royal Albert Dock. Home to the Beatles Museum, Tate Liverpool, a wide collection of Grade-I listed buildings and flexible office space for rent with Clockwise.
Formerly classified as a World Heritage site in 2014, Liverpool’s historic waterfront is the still-beating heart of the city. From its years as a key location in the 19th-century maritime industry to its renaissance as a modern cultural destination, the Royal Albert Dock is a key part of Liverpudlian life.
Now home to restaurants, bars and museums, the dock houses one of the largest collections of Grade-1 listed buildings anywhere in the country. This includes the Edward Pavilion where you’ll find the Clockwise coworking spaces- perfect for dedicated desks, hot-desking and even private office solutions with a dash of history and culture in a buzzing location.
This former warehouse has been an officially listed building of national historic importance since 1952 so by now housing Clockwise Liverpool, Edward Pavilion holds its place as one of the centres of British industry- just of a different variety.
Effortlessly combining beautiful old architecture with all the amenities expected of modern flexible office solutions, Clockwise at the Edward Pavilion makes for a truly impressive coworking space.
In these unique central offices for rent, discover:
- Unlimited high-speed wifi.
- Considered design to support different working patterns.
- Breakout areas and kitchenettes.
- Event spaces and meeting rooms.
- Technology for collaboration.
- Bike storage.
- A dedicated office support team.
- Programming to inspire business and personal growth.
- Flexible office solutions to suit your needs for hot-desking, dedicated desk coworking or even a customisable private office.
Thanks to its central location, Clockwise Liverpool is just a seven minute walk from James Street train station and a few minutes from the famous ferry across the Mersey with car parks close by- plenty of transport links whether by car or public transport.
Liverpool is one of the most important cities in the country, filled with fantastic options for drinking, dining and doing to help you strike that perfect work-life balance.
It’s not easy to pick just five of our favourites close to Clockwise Liverpool and the Albert Dock but we’ll give it a go.
Peaberry Coffee House & Kitchen– A range of properly made coffees, locally sourced produce, incredible breakfasts and cocktails deals are the specialities at this family-run coffee house on the historic waterfront.
Tate Liverpool– The Liverpudlian face of London’s Tate Galleries, the entry to their galleries remains free of charge (barring some special exhibitions) and the work on offer is suitably representative of Britain’s creative output. Well worth a visit.
Maritime Cafe – Located within the Maritime museum- which is also worth a look- you’ll find the Maritime cafe for sandwiches, toasties, coffees and even some traditional Scouse at a great price,
Peaky Blinders Bar– Did you know that much of everyone’s favourite Brummy series is actually filmed in… Liverpool? Sink a few craft beers in honour of the Shelbys and even hear some live music at this bar near the docks.
Smuggler’s Cove– Subtle it isn’t but the Smuggler’s Cove bar is a fun place for some rum-flavoured after-work drinks on a Friday
Maray Dockside- Superb Middle Eastern food to impress clients at business dinners or even just enjoy on a casual Tuesday with the Disco Cauliflower as a must-try.
Ready to make Clockwise Liverpool your home, for work? Whether looking for a coworking space or private offices to rent, find out more about how our flexible office solutions can help your business grow in a stunning city-centre location on the historic Albert Dock.