Commercial property relies heavily on the location and the management of the property. In choosing to rent rather than buy, it gives businesses the opportunity to afford a good location in order to improve public image as well as offering room for expansion.

A keen investment in commercial property has also kept office rental prices lower compared to other business costs. This is good news for both investors and companies looking to rent office space.

For business start ups these things are essential, and more and more businesses are choosing to have their office space in Middlesbrough. The town has seen the second highest growth in the country for the number of businesses according to the Inward Investment Guide to England by the Municipal Journal and boasts one of the highest business start-up rates in England.

The Royal Mail Business Barometer ranks Middlesbrough in the top five nationally for generating business growth and start up businesses. It has greatly improved with cultural assets such as MIMA, the contemporary art gallery and its flagship regeneration area Middlehaven.

Looking for commercial property in Middlesbrough is made simple through contacting Python Properties (www.pythonproperties.co.uk). They are UK specialists in commercial and residential property and provide a huge choice of serviced office space in Middlesbrough at extremely competitive rates.

They have properties close to Middlesbrough’s universities, art galleries and in the Middlehaven area and offer businesses a bespoke office layout done to their requirements. Extensive refurbishment has been carried out in all of their properties and their Co-operative Buildings won ‘Best Commercial Property’ at the MBC Urban Design Awards.