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  • £6.6m

    • project value

  • 50 weeks

    build duration

  • 2019

    Completion

New state-of-the-art office space designed to support and transform local businesses



HIGHLIGHTS

  • Three-storey, flexible office space designed to support and transform local businesses
  • Dedicated car park
  • Procured through Scape Procure Framework

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Our team in the Midlands have created a new three storey commercial office building, designed to support and transform both local businesses that are looking to expand and small businesses seeking to start up within the Harborough district. The space has also allowed 230 staff to retain business within the district.

The building provides 25,000 square feet of office space supporting 10 to 15 companies at full capacity. Flexible office suites offer space between 1,000-3,000 square foot with dedicated car parking.

The project was secured through the Scape Major Works framework and funded by Harborough District Council, the European Regional Development Fund and the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP).

Mark Beddow, project manager at Harborough District Council said:

“This project gives the council more opportunities for local businesses to develop and grow by providing larger, high quality spaces.”

Neil Bannister, Harborough Council Leader said:

“This is such a unique and exciting project for the district, and I was amazed to see how quickly the build progressed. This facility will encourage growth and support businesses looking to expand and employ more people.”

Stuart Kerr, director at Willmott Dixon said:

“We were pleased to work with Harborough District Council on its Grow on Space project which was set to give small local businesses the opportunity to thrive by having access to larger office spaces. At Willmott Dixon we have a purpose beyond profit and that includes being passionate about leaving a lasting positive legacy, something that Grow on Space will provide for many decades to come.”
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