The team at Warrington’s St James Business Centre are celebrating a lettings boost as four new tenants completed office moves in the first month of the year, along with two existing tenant expansions.
Building manager Langtree, which runs the 80,000 sq ft office building as part of its Wire Regeneration joint venture with Warrington Borough Council, has reported that it is now home to around 400 people following the latest arrivals.
Care provider Continuum Group, payroll and accounting specialists ForeTwo Group, PSL Professional Services and management consultancy Fox Controls have all taken offices in the busy building, and existing tenant business IT support contractor Netcomm and the Association of Family Therapy have upsized.
“We really do have a variety of businesses here, and our latest four lettings point to the breadth of tenants that have chosen to make us home,” said Ian Taggart, group property manager at Langtree. “Tenants tell us that this diversity is one of our great strengths. It feels like a proper community and has been key to our success.
“The mix of offices and flexible leases make it a great choice for any business that needs to be able to adjust its requirements easily to suit the market,” added Ian.
Chris Sumner from Netcomm said the upsize would enable his business to improve their service to clients whilst expanding staff numbers:
“We’re growing healthily and need a comfortable workspace that helps us serve clients better whilst attracting the quality of people we need. It’s a great start to the year for us.”