Office Space In Leicester
Leicester is a city in England’s East Midlands region. Leicester Cathedral, where Richard III was reinterred in 2015, has stood at the city’s heart for over 900 years. Close by, the King Richard III Visitor Centre tells the story of the king’s life and death and displays his original burial site. The ruins of Leicester Castle, where Richard III spent some of his last days, lie in Castle Gardens, near the River Soar.
Central Leicester has two primary shopping centres – Highcross Leicester and the Haymarket Shopping Centre. St Martin's Square and the Leicester Lanes area has numerous designer and specialist shops; several of the city's Victorian arcades are located in the same neighbourhood. Leicester Market is the largest outdoor covered market in Europe, selling a wide variety of goods.
Leicester has great transport links, being at the midpoint; Junctions 21, 21A and 22, of the primary English north/south M1 motorway between London and Leeds/York. This is where the M1 motorway transects with the M69 motorway/A46 corridor, linking to the A1 and M6 motorway at Newark-on-Trent and Coventry respectively.
Leicester is at the nexus of the A6/(A14), A50, A47 and A607 trunk roads and A426 and A5199 primary routes
Leicester is at the intersection of two major railway lines—the north/south Midland Main Line (to St Pancras) and the east/west Birmingham to London Stansted CrossCountry line - that makes it easier getting to the rest of the UK.
East Midlands Airport (EMA), at Castle Donington 20 miles (32 km) north northwest of the City is the closest international airport and can be reached by car or via frequent bus routes.