Toxteth Town Hall Community Resource Centre is situated on High Park Street which links Princes Road and Park Road in Liverpool 8. Our Centre is close to bus stops and opposite to the Tesco Superstore. The building is Grade 2 listed and has many heritage features as well as accessible amenities and access and own carpark.
There is a sliding scale pricing policy for occupancy as follows (fee is inclusive of utilities, cleaning etc but exclusive of Business Rates)*:
Rate A = £12.33 per sq. ft p/a
Rate B = £14.80 per sq. ft p/a
Rate C = £17.76 per sq. ft p/a
*Depending on your organisations status e.g. registered charity, CIC, private company etc
Offices available as of 1st October 2017 are:
Room 11- Ground Floor JUST LET
12 sq m (128.40 sq ft) Suitable for 2 full time staff
Room 12 - Ground Floor AVAILABLE JAN 18 - 36 sq. m (385.20 sq. ft) Suitable for 4 full time staff
Room 13 - Ground Floor AVAILABLE NOW - 33.75 sq m (361.13 sq ft) Suitable for 4 full time staff
Room 15 - Ground Floor AVAILABLE NOW featured
41 sq m (438.70 sq ft) Suitable for 4-5 full time staff
The Charity offers tenancies at Will for those who need easy in easy out terms requiring only 24 hrs notice to vacate by either party;
and 1 year leases (excluded from the provisions 24 to 28 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954)
For a quote please contact the Denise on 0151 727 2648 or email us
The rent includes utilities but excludes Business Rates
For the latest information please enquire by contacting us on 0151 727 2648 or email email@example.com
ORGANISATIONS CURRENTLY BASED AT TOXTETH TOWN HALL (SUMMER 2017)
South Liverpool CAB (Toxteth Branch)
Providing a wide range of advice to residents – Drop-in days Wed and Fri 9.30-2pm, appointments on other days.
Senior contact: Karen Carfoot Karen.Carfoot@southliverpoolcab.org.uk
National Energy Advice
NEA aims to eradicate fuel poverty and campaigns for greater investment in energy efficiency to help those who are poor and vulnerable.
Main contact Jimmy Pugh Jimmy.Pugh@nea.org.uk
A charity set up with the specific remit to address the needs of the refugee communities and integration the arts in Merseyside. They offer a range of support, services, and activities and are the lead for Festival 31.
Main contact Adele Spiers firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Refugee Support Project
Offers a range of support services for asylum seeking and refugee families living in Merseyside. FRSP offers therapy and counseling, activities outdoors with a horticulturist, tailored support for benefits, education, social issues etc.
Main contact Jennie Geddes email@example.com
Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan house a clothes bank on site. These clothes are collected from public appeals and donated to patients suffering from cancer. A small proportion of their items can be donated to other people suffering hardship.
Main contact: Jane Rigney JRigney@macmillan.org.uk
Healthiness Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation “providing everybody the opportunity to be healthy”. We achieve this by providing physical activity and health and wellbeing education aimed at vulnerable people.
Main contact: Susannah Arrowsmith Susannah@healthinessltd.co.uk
Graphic Design small business providing a range of affordable products to companies, charities and private clients.
Main contact: Thomas Regan Thomasregan@live.co.uk