Co-work & Room Hire

Discover our stunning, comfortable, and well-equipped workspace in the heart of the Devonport. Our historic building, a renovated Grade II listed Market Hall, sets the stage for an exceptional coworking or hire experience.

Choose between a hot-desk in our main space or a tucked-away sofa for your day’s coworking, or browse our range of private spaces for your workshop or event, allowing you to find the perfect setting to suit your needs.

What does it cost?

Book a full day of co-working for just £12.50, simply create an account, log in and book.

Access to our premium coworking spaces is from Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 6pm, and on weekends from 9am to 2pm.

It’s cheaper with a plan

Co-work Connect

£20 / month
4 full days
or 8 half days

Co-work Plus

£80 / month
20 full days
or 40 half days

Co-work Unlimited

£200 / month
unlimited access

Co-work Bundle

£70 one-off
5 full days
or 10 half days

Meeting & Event Spaces

We have a range of work and event spaces across Market Hall for you to explore and enjoy, these include:

Meeting Room: accommodating up to 12 people

Workspace 1: accommodating up to 32 people

Workspace 2: accommodating up to 14 people

Event spaces: accommodating up to 100 people

What does it cost?

Our meeting room can be booked in 2 hour slots, simply create an account, log in, and book.

Meeting Room: £30 for 2 hours access

Meeting Room Bundle: £450 for 10 half days (4 hrs) access

Workspace 1 & 2: £120 for 4 hours access (Workspace 1 is bookable by enquiry only)

Event Space: £200 for 4 hours access (bookable by enquiry only)

Meeting Room

Workspace 1

Workspace 2

Event Space

Got a question about our spaces? Want to host a large event at Market Hall?

We want to hear from you!

“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