DOES does it

New workspace opens for the digital meddler

DoesLiverpool a brand new community Interest Company has opened a new space for circuit benders and physical computing enthusiasts. The space based within the Gostins building is still being set up but is a welcome addition to the Liverpool tech scene.

A spokesman for DOES said

“The facilities that we can offer in our space will grow as the community grows, and will be directed by the community, but from the beginning we will be offering three main services: co-working desks available on a monthly basis, access to a workshop and flexible hot desks. For our monthly desks we’ll be offering a desk plus drawers and should be offering some privacy by having the option of taking the desk in a smaller lockable office. In our workshop we will have work surfaces, electricity and internet. We’ll also have a variety of tools and equipment provided by us, the organisers, which will hopefully grow as more people join the community.

We’re also intending to allow community groups to use the workshop space for meetings. We’re still figuring out how that will work but if you need a space then get in touch and we’ll work things out, and we do aim to have free options available for that.”

Here are the prices that they’re going to be charging:

Co-working desk: £150/month (includes full workshop access)
Workshop access: £30/month
Hot-desk: £8/dayEvents space: ASK

You can find out more about the space here and more about Makernights.

Author: Defnetmedia

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