Our campus of buildings offers a world of opportunity for you and your project, start-up or organisation.

With three spaces in Plymouth – Market Hall, Ocean Studios and Devonport Guildhall – and Liskeard Library currently under development in Cornwall, we can cater to your every need.  

So, whether it’s a shared co-working space or hot desk to allow you to work away from the kitchen table, a meeting space to bring groups that you support, or a creative and innovative event space to hold team days or corporate events, we have you covered.    

Explore our facilities and book direct or get in touch for a tour. We’d love to talk about how our work spaces can support you to achieve more.  

Group of people sat at a range of different seating, hot desking in a shared co-working space
Wide angled photo of people eating and drinking in a cafe

Events, workshops & experiences 

When you start using our spaces, you’ll have access to events and experiences in our buildings and beyond. If you join our Membership or subscribe to a monthly plan for co-work, event space or meeting rooms, you’ll get offers and discounts too.

Our facilities

We have a range of facilities and work spaces across our buildings for you to explore and enjoy, these include:

  • Flexible hot desks and co-work space 
  • Meeting rooms – accommodating up to 12 people
  • Event spaces – accommodating 20 – 120 guests

Did you know we also have…

  • Cafes – in both Market Hall and Ocean Studios
  • Creative Studios
  • Immersive Dome
  • 360 Production Suite
Group of three people sat working in a shared co-working space
cafe with chairs and exhibition

Who we worked with

Working at the ever-impressive Market Hall in Plymouth allows colleagues to choose how they want to work post-Covid, and provides a space for people to safely come together to meet with colleagues and partner organisations. It also allows us to make new connections with other members – creative people, entrepreneurs and community groups. We’ve already opened up new links, partnerships and potential new projects.

Dan Hart, Head of Community Engagement at Argyle Community Trust