The wait is over: Introducing the House of St John’s

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For the best part of the last three years, St John’s Foundation has been working hard on restoring number 1 Queen Square to its former glory.

With work now complete, the building begins the next chapter of its life as the House of St John’s – a co-working space powered by social purpose. Run by the Charity’s Trading Subsidiary, its profits will be gifted to St John’s.

The House of St John’s is designed to be the place that your business can call home, the beautiful Grade 1 listed building now houses a variety of private offices, dedicated desks, meeting rooms and a fabulous event space. High-end fittings, ultra-fast broadband, and an attentive team of staff, complemented by a relaxing lounge and bar, make this the perfect place for the new hybrid working lifestyle.

With doors set to open January 2022, members will have the choice of:

Private offices – your space, tailored to your business’ needs

Dedicated desks – convenience of a personal desk, energy of a communal workspace

Co-working – hot-desking, the ultimate is flexibility

Lounge membership – the perfect option for those who want to make connections

Prestigious address – your business, our premium address

Informative as the website is, nothing beats seeing the ‘wow factor’ of seeing the building in person. Book your tour today on the House of St John’s website.

Hollie Markham, Head of Operations at the House of St John’s

In our role as charity partner, profits from memberships will be gifted to our Foundation Fund to help fund positive change within our community, specifically supporting disadvantaged children in Bath and North East Somerset.

The four key pillars of the Fund include providing nutritious food every day; a safe place outside of school; behavioural and emotional support and help in reading and writing, oracy, and mathematics. Addressing all these issues helps to make great inroads into lessening the educational attainment gap.