Photo shows: Tina Hayward (PVBC), Peter Beckett (PVBC), Rachel Bolton (Cheshire East Skills and Growth Company) and Dan Pink (construction) celebrate work starting on the conversion of more redundant farm buildings.
Park View Business Centre, on the Combermere Abbey Estate between Nantwich, Cheshire and Whitchurch, Shropshire, has just started another phase of redevelopment.
Having secured EU rural grant funding through the RDPE Growth Programme, the project will create 5 new office spaces and a sandwich bar/café, generating 4 new jobs
This will provide a tremendous place for tenants and staff, as well as providing excellent facilities for meeting business clients in an informal environment.
The new offices will attract a range of businesses at different stages of their evolution and growth, with spaces to suit from 2 to 15 people. All will benefit from superfast broadband with speeds of up to 100 Mbps, on-site gym and electric car charging.
Managing Director Peter Beckett said: “We were hugely grateful for the guidance and support we were given in accessing the RDPE Growth Program, especially from the Cheshire East Skills and Growth Company who provided excellent help and encouragement throughout. Helping to keep working people in the countryside is a passion we are keen to pursue, making the most of combining traditional buildings with modern technology.”
For more information visit www.parkviewbusinesscentre.co.uk or call 01948 661 600
We suggest that members considering similar schemes will benefit from contacting CLA advisers at their regional offices, for free, impartial and expert advice on planning, diversification, taxation, legal and funding issues as early as possible into the project.