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The way we work is changing. Covid has accelerated an already observable trend of people wanting to work more flexibly, more remotely, and closer to home. The City of Canterbury Bankstown has a number of opportunities for individuals and businesses to work in this way.
Coworking spaces are designed with collaboration in mind. They allow for small businesses to create a sense of community and work alongside like-minded people.
Remote working is a type of flexible working arrangement that allows an employee to work from a remote location outside of traditional corporate offices. Many cafes in Canterbury Bankstown have recognised this shifting pattern of work and support people working for short periods of time at their establishments as it boosts their income. For centuries the coffee shop has existed as a place for people to exchange ideas and many of our local cafes are capitalising on this opportunity by becoming the office away from home for many people, thus regaining their title as the original king of remote and coworking. Libraries and other community amenities, subject to terms and availability, may also support very short-term remote working. These areas are often ideal for those 30 mins to an hour between meetings.
Canterbury Bankstown Council has several libraries across the City. For location details and opening hours, visit our Library Knowledge Centre page.
Canterbury-Bankstown is the ideal place to hold your next business event. We provide the following web links to meeting spaces in Canterbury-Bankstown:
If you operate a meeting space in Canterbury-Bankstown and would like to be listed on our website, contact Council on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council has identified the following
industrial and commercial real estate agents are active in the area. We provide the following web links to these real estate agents as a service to people who may be wanting to either lease or purchase industrial and commercial property in the area.
CB Richard Ellis
Commercial Property Guide
Commercial Property Group
LJ Hooker Commercial
Raine & Horne Commercial
Our Economic Development Strategy emphasises linking business to local networks and support services. Council are delighted to play a role to support local business and employment opportunities in our city.
Any industrial/commercial real estate agents who may be interested in being listed on our website, contact Council on email@example.com.
For more information about our Economic Development Program, contact Councils Marketing & Investment Team on firstname.lastname@example.org.