Warrington’s place as the north west’s most enterprising economy continues to draw tenants to its popular St James Business Centre on Wilderspool Causeway.
Three new lettings have been confirmed for more than 3,000 sq ft of office space, proving the value of recent investment in the multi-tenant office base.
TPS Civil Engineering, construction project managers 4Ward and accident repair specialists ABL are the latest firms to call the thriving business centre home.
“Whilst the political headwinds are blowing stronger than previously the economy just keeps ploughing forward and these lettings are proof that SMEs remain confident of its trajectory,” said Laura Moore, building manager at Langtree, which manages the business centre as part of its joint venture with Warrington Borough Council.
Commenting on his firm’s move to St James Business Centre, Graham Roberts, commercial director at ABL said: “As an expanding business we needed a home that offered everything in a single package, with flexibility to scale up as we grow. Our work takes us around the north west so on-site car parking and Warrington’s central position in the regional economy made St James Business Centre the perfect choice.”
The latest lettings follow a rolling programme of refurbishment at St James Business Centre, which has included refurbishments of individual office suites and communal areas, and enhanced car parking.