Businesses and organisations are being invited to set up at the revamped Easthampstead House.

The former Bracknell Forest Council office is now known as Easthampstead Works, and features studios, offices and event spaces where companies can get to business.

Those wanting to hot desk can also get involved from just £10 a day.

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This is Projekt have kitted out the space after it was announced the company would be taking over the running of the building in December 2018.

The business hub is expected to generate 100 additional jobs in the town centre, and speaking at a BFC meeting in February, Projekt CEO Nick Hartwright said: “This is really a project for Bracknell as much as it is for us.

“Easthampstead House is a building we can re-purpose quickly, affordably and quite well.”

Hartwright revealed Easthampstead Works would have a social emphasis, outlining plans for bars, restaurants and spaces for yoga and Zumba at the business hub.

This is Projekt has a five-year lease on Easthampstead House, saving the building from demolition.

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Announcing the news in late 2018, Councillor Marc Brunel-Walker, Executive Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, said: “I’m delighted that we’ve been able to find an alternative use for Easthampstead House.

“I’m even more pleased that it will bring more than 100 additional jobs to the town centre and will help lots of small and upcoming businesses find their feet.”

Nick Hartwright added: “This is an incredibly exciting project and a perfect example of how modern regeneration should be carried out.

“We’re going to engage with existing and new Bracknell entrepreneurs and creative businesses and we’re going to bring new enterprises to the area.

“Everyone will benefit, and together, I’m sure we’ll create a real buzz and nurture some great new business.”