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Timber Bush
Leith
Edinburgh
EH6
Rent Edinburgh Office Space in Leith | Edinburgh Offices to Let Leith Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Timber Bush
Type of offices: Managed office space
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Edinburgh Offices in Leith from £230/month Virtual Offices in Leith
& Meeting Rooms Leith



Carpet Lane
Bernard Street
Leith
Edinburgh
EH6
Edinburgh Office Space in Leith | Serviced Offices to Let Leith Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Carpet Lane
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
  • Furnished offices
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  • High speed Internet
  • Staffed reception
Office space from £150 / month Pricing available on request



Maritime Street
Leith
Edinburgh
EH6
Edinburgh Office Space in Leith | Serviced Offices to Let in Leith Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Maritime Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
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  • Lift/elevators
  • Staffed reception
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Edinburgh Offices in Leith from £130/desk Meeting Rooms in Leith
& Virtual Offices in Leith



Anderson Place
Leith
Edinburgh
EH6
Serviced Office Space Edinburgh | Leith Offices to Let in Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Anderson Place
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
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  • Telephone system
  • Furnished offices
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  • Virtual offices
Pricing available on request Pricing available on request



Forth Street
Edinburgh
EH1
Edinburgh Office Space to Rent | Serviced Offices in Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Forth Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
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  • Lift/elevators
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Office from £225 / desk Pricing available on request



Albany Street
Edinburgh
EH1
Office Space in Edinburgh | Serviced Offices to Let Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Albany Street
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
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Office space rom £195 / desk Virtual Office pricing on request



North St David Street
Edinburgh
EH2
Serviced Offices to Rent in Edinburgh | Office Space to Rent Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in North St David Street
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Serviced offices from £200 / desk Virtual Office pricing on request



St Andrew Square
Edinburgh
EH2
Edinburgh Serviced Offices to Let | Office Space Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in St Andrew Square
Type of offices: Serviced office space, meeting rooms & virtual offices
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  • Furnished offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Air Conditioning
  • High speed Internet
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From £195 / desk Pricing available on request



Princes Street
Edinburgh
EH2
Office Space in Edinburgh | Serviced Offices to Let Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Princes Street
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  • Air Conditioning
  • High speed Internet
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Hill Street
Edinburgh
EH2
Edinburgh City Centre Office Space | Serviced Offices to Let Edinburgh Quote me on Edinburgh offices in Hill Street
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Commercial Offices to Let Leith, Edinburgh – Rent Serviced Offices in Leith, Edinburgh

 

Leith is a district to the north of the city of Edinburgh at the mouth of the Water of Leith on the south shore of the Firth of Forth and is Edinburgh’s port.  Although Leith lies in the unitary local authority of the City of Edinburgh it still retains a separate identity.  In 1920, it was a matter of great resentment when  the burgh of Leith was merged into the county of Edinburgh. Even today the parliamentary seat is known as 'Edinburgh North and Leith'.

 

Leith has a long and prominent role in Scottish history. As the major port access to Edinburgh, Leith has served as the stage for many of Scottish history's significant events.   Leith also has a long history of idealistic social advances, many of which were the first in Scots history.   All boys were educated for free from 1555 onwards. This was paid for by the local trade guilds. All girls were educated from 1820, admittedly a long time after the boys, but very early for free education for females (the law only required it from 1876). A free hospital service was provided from 1777, paid for by a local income tax, with beds sponsored by local shops. Leith had electric street lighting from 1890, and electric trams from 1905 (only Blackpool was earlier in the UK). The first public sewer in Scotland was built in Bernard Street in 1780.

 

Leith also has a prominent role in golf history and a claim to be the home of golf.   The earliest documented mention of the game refers to Leith Links when in 1457 The Town Council, at the request of King James 11, banned both "gauf" (golf) and "fussball" (football) as they were considered to distract men from archery practice for military purposes. Leith Links hosted golf again in 1714  and bolsters its claim to being the home of golf because the official rules of the game were initially formulated at Leith in 1744 by the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers.   These rules were later adopted by the now world famous St Andrews course. Leith Links also has one of the longest established cricket pitches in Scotland.

 

The earliest evidence of settlement in Leith are Saxon wharf edges which were uncovered by recent archaeological digs in the area.  Leith operated as two separate towns on either side of the Water of Leith until the late 16th century.   Leith was the larger, coming under the jurisdiction of St. Cuthbert's in Edinburgh and its life was based on trade and was the main side for ships off loading cargo which gave rise to the development of many merchants' houses and warehouses.

 

North Leith, under the jurisdiction of Holyrood Abbey, was smaller but interestingly proportionately richer.   It was effectively one street with long riggs running down to the river from each house - the long narrow property or burgage was a town rental property (to use modern terms), owned by a king or lord and was a plot fronting onto the main street. This side of Leith was based on shipbuilding and several wet and dry docks existed, including in 1720 the first dry dock in Scotland. A small peninsula of land on the east bank also came under the same jurisdiction, on what is now Sherrif Brae/Sherrif Bank. This led to the first bridge being built in 1496  by Abbott Bellenden to link the pieces and to supplement church income by charging a toll. The bridge was demolished in 1780 to allow ships to get further upstream.   Leith Docks became known as the port for Edinburgh and the shipbuilding and repair facilities grew and in 1806 the first new Wet Dock was opened - the first of its kind in North Britain. The foundation stone for a second wet dock was laid in March 1811and opened with due ceremony in 1817.

 

Following the Second World War the docks underwent a severe decline and the area gained a poor reputation with all its attendant problems.  After decades of industrial decline, slum clearance and resultant depopulation in the post-war era, Leith gradually began to enjoy an upturn in fortunes in the late 1980s. Several old industrial sites were developed with modest, affordable housing, while small industrial business units were also put under construction. The Shore developed a number of up market restaurants and a hotel whilst the once industrially-polluted and desolate banks of the Water of Leith were cleaned up and a public walkway opened.  This gradual  revival was also aided by the decision of the then Scottish Office to site their new offices in Leith Docks. However, this new development had little impact beyond the confines of the offices as most commuted to the office, and only a small percentage ventured beyond the confines of the office during lunchtimes. It did however help to further foster Leith's regeneration and in 2004 the owner of the Docks, Forth Ports ,announced plans to eventually close the port and carry out a major redevelopment of the area. The planned development, which was given supplementary planning guidance by the City of Edinburgh Council in 2004, will be the size of a small town with up to 17,000 new homes.   It will include developments on the infilled Western Harbour as well as residential, leisure, retail and commercial development across the rest of the old docks. The urban design of the project will keep it in context with the older developments in Leith and provide a wealth of public and private open space, including two large parks and a number of pedestrian linkages across the docks. The whole project is expected to be completed by about 2020.

 

Leith has undergone a significant and on going regeneration and is now a busy port with visits from cruise liners providing cruises to Norway, Sweden, Denmark ,Germany and the Netherlands. It is the permanent home of the Royal Yacht Britannia, berthed behind Ocean Terminal, and administrative offices for several departments of the Scottish Government.   It is also home to Easter Road the ground of Hibernian FC.   The shore area of Leith, once seedy, is now a centre for a range of new pubs and restaurants in charming surroundings. From 2011 Ocean Terminal and the Scottish Executive building area will be connected to the new Edinburgh by the Port of Leith Tram Stop.

 

Leith although located so close to Edinburgh offers its own unique environment in a fast developing and sought after location.  It fulfils most business needs on a smaller less hectic scale and offers flexible serviced offices both in new build and historic buildings; corporate buildings and offices to let on terms that are more traditional as well as state of the art virtual offices. For help in securing the most competitively priced deal on office space to rent in Leith or commercial offices in Edinburgh, please contact Edinburgh's leading commercial property expert http://freeofficesearch.co.uk or call our Edinburgh office directly on 0131 341 0365.  We guarantee that a member of our team with local expert knowledge of the Leith, Edinburgh office space sector will be able to save you money on your office rental. Call us today.



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