A former paper mill on the River Wye has been completely overhauled in a bid to offer entrepreneurs, freelancers, start-ups and businesses in High Wycombe and the surrounding areas a unique flexible workspace.

With the Covid-19 pandemic completely changing the way most people work, those who have gone fully remote might be missing that office environment every now and then.

Members-only workspace Mill House, which is part of the Circa45 group, launches this month in Wooburn Green with the aim of offering the benefits of a "high tech, stylish office environment" without the need to commit to a long-term lease.

Mill House has been completely redesigned from its paper mill days and now offers a “versatile and modern space” with 42 co-working desks, two meeting spaces, breakout areas, and a kitchen.

Members will also have access to business support tools including workshops, expert advice, networking evenings and collaboration opportunities with other members.

Glenn Bolton, founder of Mill House Wooburn Green, said: “The way we work has changed and so too has the working environment people expect.

"Mill House offers the kind of flexible workspace which has been long overdue in the area.

"The combination of state-of-the-art connectivity and the surrounding countryside means that businesses have the best of city working in a relaxed and spacious venue.”

To find out more about Mill House Wooburn Green, which is at 1 Soho Studios in Town Lane, visit - www.millhousewooburn.com.