Why Landlords don’t like small offices!

In pure economic terms, landlords are incentivised to avoid 1-2 person rooms and let out larger 4-5 person offices. This is because small rooms don’t use space effeciently due to the loss of common space such as corridors in the net to gross ratio. It is also because smaller rooms are more likely to be let to start-ups, which are statistically more likely to go bust than a larger established company of 4-5 people.


However, we don’t view it like this at Send Business Centre. We feel strongly about helping start-ups and are putting our money where our mouth is. We are planning on  building 5 small rooms specifically for this purpose.  Although SBC will lose out in the net to gross ratio, we don’t mind as it encourages fast growing SMEs into the centre which we hope will grow into some of the larger rooms. We see it as a no brainer given our VAT exemption is specifically to help smaller growth businesses by saving them 20% immediately.


Why our Offices?

With Send Business Centre (soon to be Tannery Studios) only being 10mins from the A3 & the outskirts of London, it makes sense to avoid the high level of traffic going to London everyday. In a beautiful Rural Setting, next to the Wey Navigation Canal, we are already established as a leader in high speed broadband. During those sunny days we also have a high-speed Wifi enabled Internet Garden which sits in-between the river wey and the local canal. Our location can really bring out the creative side in your business.


At Send Business Centre we are always looking to build. For example we have plans for an all new creative hub! This will facilitate Video Production Studios, Edit Suites and Sound Booth’s making Send the The Hub for creativity. Please visit Tannery Studios Blog to find out more

Energy efficiency

We are always looking to improve our facilities here at Tannery Studios. We now have Loft Insulation put in the roof with hatches to help improve less energy lose within the building. We are also looking into ways of upgrading our historical buildings for the future.