John Folman Business Centre

33 Hungerhill Road, St Ann’s, Nottingham, NG3 4NB

John Folman Business Centre is at the heart of the community in St Ann’s, conveniently based on Hungerhill Road. It’s home to a diverse range of businesses and organisations and is part of the Sycamore Complex, which includes the Brendon Lawrence Sports Hall. The centre is close to Woodborough Road (B684), one of the main routes to Nottingham City Centre from the north.

The centre offers:

  • Modern, well-presented, generously sized office space and meeting facilities
  • Ethical tenancies with your rent going to support our charitable activities
  • Great networking opportunities within the centre
  • 24 hour access

Plus free help and support:

Businesses will also be able to access free one-to-one business coaching, training and support through our Enterprise Scheme which is located at our offices on Carlton Road in Sneinton.

Who is the centre suitable for?

The centre is suitable for a range of businesses, including community and training organisations looking for an affordable St Ann’s location with good public transport links.

Self-contained, managed business units

The centre has 16 extensively modernised business units, housed in a former Victorian school. There is also a lower ground floor area of 2,203 sq ft, presently divided into two offices. This area has its own entrance, toilets, kitchen and storage area.

Each unit benefits from:

  • High performance, energy saving heating (wet system radiators)
  • Category 2 office lighting (designed to reduce glare on computer screens)
  • Secure intercom entry system and CCTV

There is also a communal kitchenette on the first floor of the property and a separate meeting room.

Size: Unit sizes range from 146 sq ft to 581 sq ft.

Rent: Available on request, units let under leases

Service Charge: Available on request

Please note: The rent/service charge includes business rates but excludes electricity charges which will be payable separately to the landlord.

Disabled Access: The majority of the centre is accessible for people with a physical disability/wheelchair users and includes an accessible lift.

Parking: There is car parking on site as well as street parking available next to the centre.

Who else uses the building?

The centre is home to a variety of businesses including a community business that works with local people to improve the quality of local services and access to them, through community involvement and engagement.

To find out more and to arrange a viewing call 0115 9112380, or email