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

Choose between a hot-desk in our main space or a tucked-away sofa for your day’s co-working, 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 co-working spaces is from Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm, 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

£50 one-off
5 full days
or 10 half days


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 Space: 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).

Need somewhere to send your mail? For £20 / month we’ll receive and manage it at Market Hall. Just add Post to your basket when booking another product.

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