Newcastle Upon Tyne
6th Floor, 1 St James’ Gate
Newcastle upon Tyne
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Our brand new headquarters are located in state-of-the-art offices in the centre of Newcastle, just a few minutes walk from Central Station and the Centre for Life. Newcastle has an excellent transport system including an airport, the East Coast high-speed rail line, and the Tyne and Wear Metro. You can be in London in under 3 hours.
Compact, attractive, and friendly, Newcastle upon Tyne is one of England’s Core Cities, and is a centre of culture and architecture with a heritage spanning the past 2,000 years.
From a business perspective, the region is developing a diverse knowledge-based economy, with rapidly-growing IT and software businesses, as well as strengths in professional services, scientific research and development, offshore technologies, and an emerging renewable energy sector.
Architecturally, Newcastle includes Grainger Town’s stunning neo-classical architecture with the beautiful Grey Street, winner of the Academy of Urbanism’s 2010 Great Street Award. The arts lover is well catered for, with renowned institutions such as the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Sage Gateshead with its diverse programme of musical events.
Eldon Square is one of the UK’s largest city centre shopping complexes, and Gateshead’s Metrocentre offers enormous choice as Europe’s largest indoor shopping and leisure complex. Night life has always been central to life in Newcastle with an enormous array of city centre and riverside bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants.
Within 30 minutes you can leave the City well behind and experience breathtaking scenery in Northumberland or County Durham, visit stunning coastal regions including the Farne Islands and Lindisfarne, or World Heritage sites such as the 900-year-old cathedral in the great university city of Durham.
5th Floor, 13 Charles II Street
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As one of the world’s major business, political and cultural centres, London is home to a significant proportion of the clients that Scott Logic serves.
Its leadership status in international finance, politics, communications, entertainment, fashion, and the arts means that London has considerable influence worldwide. As a result, our clients in Capital Markets, Financial Services and other key sectors are either headquartered in the city or have a significant commercial footprint there.
Our presence in London is designed to enhance our engagement and relationship with our clients and ensure a genuine partnership exists in the pursuit of common project goals and business objectives.
25 King Street
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Our offices at 25 King Street are situated in a prominent position close to Queen Square with easy access to public transport links.
Bristol is internationally recognised as a business centre. This is partly down to Bristol’s world-class knowledge economy in information communication technologies, aerospace and defence, creative and media, the environmental sector, financial services, and professional services.
Because of the city’s vibrant economy, good communication links and high quality of life, it attracts skilled knowledge professionals. As a result the proportion of Bristol’s population with a university degree is significantly higher than average.
There are great places to live within easy walking distance of the city centre and there is plenty to keep people entertained. It’s an energetic city with festivals ranging from the International Bristol Balloon Fiesta to the St Paul’s Carnival. The city centre has an excellent choice of high quality stores, chic boutiques and independent shops as well as a diverse collection of cafes, bars, restaurants, markets, theatres, concert venues, cinema, arts and media centres.
102 West Port
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Located on West Port in the heart of Edinburgh city centre, our spacious, open plan offices benefit from excellent transport links and are close to the finance district and a number of our clients.
Known as the “Athens of the North”, Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Its architecture reflects its historical importance as Scotland’s capital and its landmarks are known throughout the world, from the magnificent Castle dominating the city skyline, to the elegance of the Georgian New Town, and the splendour of its Victorian heritage.
It is home to over 400,000 people and is a vibrant, modern working city but, at the same time, it is firmly grounded in tradition. From a cultural perspective it is the world’s foremost Festival City, a World Heritage Site and the world’s first City of Literature. Six of Scotland’s top ten visitor attractions are in Edinburgh.
It is a compact, walkable city with a sophisticated transport mix and ongoing investment in high quality public transport, cycling, pedestrian facilities and infrastructure. The retail mix includes boutiques, owner-managed independents, destination outlets and high street chains and there are more restaurants per head of population than any other UK city!
Beyond the city limits the immediate region offers a wealth of stunning scenery, beaches, golf courses and historical landmarks.