Space4 has 24 desk spaces, which can be used on a short- or long-term basis and hired by the day or by the month. Most users of the space work on projects that have some social value and which are related to tech and digital, though we’re welcoming to everyone! Our residents play an active role in making Space4 a positive place. See the community section for more details.
Desks cost £225+VAT/month for a fixed desk, £200+VAT/month for a hotdesk, £150+VAT/month for 10 days/month, or £20+VAT/day. Reductions are possible in exchange for payment in kind, or to people who are working on low incomes for social value projects. Benefits include broadband internet access - up to 350Mb download + 20Mb upload, 24/7 access, use of our meeting and events spaces, printer, lockers, kitchen and access to our programme of educational and social events.
Contact us for a quote and for more details.
We have two meeting rooms available for hire, and our events space aka classroom is available on evenings and weekends.
Our meeting rooms comfortably seat 10 people around a large table. Flipcharts and other equipment are available on request. Prices start from £20+VAT/hour.
Our events room can host up to 50 people theatre style or standing. It comes equipped with folding chairs and tables, a projector and screen and whiteboards. Flipcharts are available on request. Prices start from £45+VAT/hour.
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Every Wednesday 1-2pm
An opportunity to get to know the Space4 residents in an informal setting. Please make sure you get in touch before coming.Get in touch
Various Dates 1-1.45pm
We offer a whole load of drop-in training sessions, covering lots of business skills and digital skills.Find out more
Various Times and Days
Anchor tenant Founders and Coders run a variety of sessions to teach people how to code. Check their website or get in touch for more details.Register
Every other Thursday 6.45-9pm
Master 3D graphics software Blender in a supportive environment. Open to all, particulaly marginalised people.Register
Thursday 16th April 2020, 7pm-9pm
An exploration of our relationship with tech and its impact on how we enjoy pleasure. Social media and technology are opening up new possibilities for exploring pleasure and desire. With the rise of sex tech and more open public discourse about sexuality, the sex industry is being distrupted. Join us for an open conversation, this time with focus on sex and tech.Tickets
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May 2020
Join internationally renowned light artist Aphra Shemza this March for her Light Sculpture Workshop. Shemza will provide a hands-on two-day workshop where participants will make their own light sculpture to take home with them.Tickets
Wednesday April 1st 7-9pm
Get to grips with the basics of digital marketing and feel more confident promoting your business online with this one-off crash-course, delivered by freelance copywriter, editor and journalist Nancy Smallwood.Register
Wednesday March 11th 7-9pm
Design plays a key role in our every day lives. Whether we explicitly notice it or not, so much around us is consciously designed. This event will bring together designers who are interested in applying their skills to social issues and building social movements. Join us to hear their thoughts, and discuss the issues at stake.Register
Space4 is more than just a serviced office. We are a community of people dedicated to making the world a fairer place, and to create a supportive working environment. The space is supported by CoTech, a UK-wide network of worker co-operatives in the digital tech sector. We have some of these co-ops working here, including AR designers Animorph, web developers Go Free Range, and open data specialists Open Data Services. We also have small charities, freelancers and small businesses, most of whom are using technology (to greater or lesser degrees!) to support their social aims.
Every Wednesday we eat lunch together in the space. This is an opportunity for people to get to know each other, swap ideas, share skills and invite others in. Users of the space are actively encouraged to participate in lunches and evening events, and even to host their own. Users are also invited to join our governance committee, which decides on future strategies for Space4. For users who aren’t in a position to pay the full price for a desk, we ask them to volunteer instead to help making the space function.
Get in touch to find out more.