Workplace recovery

Every business can be interrupted by unexpected events beyond their control. Why not protect yourself from costly disruption with our market-leading workplace recovery solutions? We’ll help you recover quickly—and get back to business as usual.

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Workplace recovery

We’ll keep your business running if the unexpected happens, with access to furnished, fully-serviced workspace—available in as little as four hours.


ContactFor 20% of your core team
Access a fully-equipped private office space in one business day, with up to 30 days us per year.

A solution that’s right for your business

Planning for the unexpected will require different levels of provision depending on your unique set-up, working patterns, and which members of your team you consider to be crucial to your business. Whoever you're supporting, we'll provide everything from working-from-home solutions to temporary coworking spaces—while getting critical office sites back up and running as quickly as possible.

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Minimum disruption, maximum support

Our serviced offices offer everything your team needs to keep your business running—for as long as you need. Relax in the knowledge that everything is set up and ready-to-use, while our experienced on-site support teams can take care of any additional needs.

  • flexibleYour own private office space
  • wifiBusiness-grade WiFi
  • breakout areaAccess to meeting rooms and break-out areas
  • 24 hr cctv monitoringSecurity, cleaning, utilities, & maintenance
  • TelephoneDirect business phone line
  • 24 hour access24/7 access to your office

Support when and where you need it

Our global scale allows us to help hundreds of businesses a year recover from all kinds of disruption. We can provide short-notice access to 4,000 workspace locations, in every major town, city, and transport hub worldwide. So you can keep your business running if the unexpected happens.

Here to talk about your workplace recovery needs

Our experienced advisers are ready to help you create the right workplace recovery plan for your business.

Answers to your coworking questions

Our team is ready to answer your questions.
You may need a combination of all three - think about your workforce and the kind of support you'd need to keep critical (and non-critical) teams working. Dynamic gives you a functioning, private office space within a business day - we recommend this for 20% of your team. Reserve gives you a permanently reserved workspace - ideal for the 1% of roles. Rapid provides ad hoc, emergency workspace to any member of your team who needs it.
We understand the critical importance of keeping your business running and provide collaborative and proactive support in a crisis. John Frost, M&S Head of Business Continuity, explains how Regus worked with them during an emergency at their UK headquarters in Paddington, London: "Regus supported an interruption in which we were able to continue business as usual for more than 2,000 colleagues in our head office, due to a gas main being ruptured outside the building."
"The Regus team was able to identify alternative workspace in less than four hours, which was far quicker than the 24-hour SLA that we willingly signed up to. This was greatly appreciated as the incident was the Monday before Christmas and, therefore, a significant commercial time for our business. The Regus team understood the urgency of the situation and responded exceptionally well with clear communication a key part of the successful response."
Business interruption insurance is not an answer to disaster – it may help limit financial loss, but it cannot return service to the customer, nor restore a lost reputation. Your business is most vulnerable when an unpredictable disaster strikes. Without a proper plan that considers every available solution, the chance of failure greatly increases.
The best plans will strike a balance between:
- Dedicated workplace recovery for critical staff needing specialist equipment
- Predesignated office space for staff dealing with confidential information
- Non-critical staff working at home during a recovery period
- Facilitated flexible office spaces to maintain a team approach and allow access to facilities.
The best prepared businesses know what matters and what is needed to keep working. They also pay attention to the needs of employees during a disaster recovery operation. These needs might include:
- Family commitments
- The desire to work within a team
- Access to support networks
- Secure communications
- Modern facilities.
Consider the transport connections or parking facilities. If you’re planning for the threat of power cuts or regional evacuations, be sure to choose a location far enough away from the existing office not to be impacted by the same event. And consider your staff’s response to a new location – is it as accessible for your team and will they be happy to travel there?
The idea of working from home may initially seem like an attractive one and may indeed be the best option for employees who already practice it, but when used only as an emergency option, it makes many assumptions and is rarely sustainable in the longer term. There is an assumption that all employees have sufficiently fast, reliable, and secure internet connections and communication networks. And disasters are not confined to commercial property alone – residential areas can also be hit, and often with far greater consequences. Also, it’s important to remember that staff working at home can quickly feel isolated, with a lack of interaction with colleagues.

* All prices shown are valid at the time of inquiry, based on 24-month contracts. Prices are subject to change and will vary depending on the specifically selected products and services. Office Space and Coworking prices are per person per month and are dependent on inventory availability. Ts and Cs apply.