Wesmeath County Council has provided remote working facilities adjacent to its offices on Mount Street, Mullingar. Located in the historic Governor's House building, the Mullingar e-Working Centre offers both hot-desking facilities and more long term solutions for individuals who require a quiet work space. The e-Working Centre is suited to employees who are currently commuting long distances to work but would like to work closer to home and also to small or start up business owners.
The e-Working Centre is laid out in bright open plan offices, each containing 2 or 3 desks and was established in 2013 in line with policy laid out in the Government Publication "Smarter Travel A Sustainable Transport Future".
For further information on facilities, availability and details of fees please email email@example.com
Tel: 044 9338945
The Midlands Regional Enterprise Plan to 2020 was launched on February 6th 2019 Midlands Regional Enterprise Plan to 2020 his plan seeks to increase the potential of the Midland Region to grow business, foster resilience, and create new employment opportunities, ensuring that that a greater number of people both work and live in the Midlands.
A key objective of the plan is: To Enhance the collective offering of the Midlands as a place to live, work and invest in. An audit of Co-Working Space in the Midland Region was conducted as a specific action under this ojective.
Click here to view a detailed listing of Remote Working and Co-Working Spaces, Incubation Facilities and Enterprise Centres in the Midland Region.