The Daily Express has chosen The Landmark as one of the top co-working spaces in the entire country.
The former Burnley Grammar School has undergone an incredible transformation over the years and it’s easy to see why it was selected by the newspaper to make its prestigious list.
The paper said: “Built-in 1873 as the former Grammar School, The Landmark in Burnley is a spectacular building that has been lovingly restored into co-working space.
“It has fixed desks, meeting rooms, office space and event spaces… and even better, a fully licensed cafe bar and Burnley’s only external glass lift!
“The Landmark is a Business Club that offers a mixture of flexible monthly co-working memberships and pay-as-you-go hot-desking, so there’s an option that works for everyone.
“Thanks to the club’s unique partnership with Barclays Eagle Labs, local initiatives/organisations and friendly onsite team, members have access to unrivalled business support, free training, and services in a relaxed environment and regular social events hosted in The Lounge.”
Last year we spoke to Claire Rhodes, manager of The Landmark, who told us why the building can rival any of its counterparts in London. Watch our full interview with her here: