Hotdesk and avoid the festive commute, urges business centre

A Dunfermline business centre is urging Fife commuters to make use of its hotdesking space rather than battle the festive crowds in the lead up to Christmas.
Comely Park Business Centre has temporarily converted one of its meeting rooms into a hotdesking space – available for stranded and stressed out commuters affected by the Forth Bridge closure to use up until Christmas Eve.
The venue, which sits on the outskirts of the city centre, can accommodate up to 10 day users at any one time and has pledged to supply free tea and coffee, as well as Wi-Fi.
It also has space for meetings – available on a half or full-day basis – and two rarely available serviced office suites.
Centre manager Elaine Stevenson said: “Commuting to and from Edinburgh is chaotic enough during the festive season, never mind with the bridge being closed so we’re urging people to take the stress out of their last few days at work before they break off for the holidays.
Elaine Stevenson, centre manager
Elaine Stevenson, centre manager
“Our hotdesking space has all the benefits of remote working, or working from home, within a professional environment and without any distractions.
“We’re also a friendly bunch and you’ll find that the kettle is always on!”
For hotdesking day rates, contact Elaine Stevenson on 01383 629899 or email elaine.stevenson@comelypark.com
Comely Park Business Centre will close at 12 noon on Christmas Eve and reopen on January 5, 2016 at 9am, when hotdesking will continue to be available.
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