The Jubilee Centre is a large industrial building on the junction of Sherlock Street and Pershore Street close to the Chinese Quarter and within walking distance of the city centre. It was built in the 1930's.
The building is managed by the Midlands Industrial Association Ltd, a group which is registered as a Friendly Society and which reclaims derelict buildings and through refurbishment lets them out to
small to medium sized businesses.
The Jubilee Centre is home to several tenants and includes office space, storage, distribution and a metal fabricators on the ground floor. The interior of the building is rustic, indeed very basic, although efforts have been made to create interest on each open space landing by the introduction of sculptures and paintings.
"The Works" gallery is housed here on the third floor and holds regular workshops, exhibition space and studios for artists.
This is not what you would call executive office space and the building itself is certainly not going to impress visitors but it is functional and depending on your requirement for business premises you would be hard pushed to find anywhere else as close to the city centre at these rental rates.