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Rent serviced offices in Salford Quays at Clippers Quay - Office Space Salford Quays

Overview Clippers Quay, Salford Quays, M50 Add to list

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Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
Hamill Investments  Hamill at the Quays
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Description

Prestigious offices available on a flexible basis in this impressive family run business centre at Clippers Quay, offices are suitable for small to medium businesses as everything they need for their office is on-site including modern IT and telecommunications systems, high quality modern furniture and doorstep parking for tenants and visitors. There is also a friendly and helpful reception area that helps to ensure the smooth running on your business. Tenants are welcome to use the professional meeting room and relaxing breakout areas. Tenants can enjoy the peace of mind of having a flexible contract with no hidden costs.

Services

Office Facilities

  • Furnished
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Virtual offices

Reception

  • Admin Support
  • Manned Reception
  • Telephone Answering

Comms / IT

  • Broadband Access
  • Telephone System

Security

  • CCTV
  • Manned Security

Amenities

  • On-Site Cafe Restaurant

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Location Clippers Quay, Salford Quays, M50 Add to list

Based at the waterside of Clippers Quay any business would benefit from having one of the most sought-after addresses in the local area. The centre is also is located on a excellent transport link as the M60 and M62 motorways are very close by and there are many buses that stop near the centre. There are a number of restaurants, shops and bars that are within walking distance of the property.

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Transport Links

Motorway 0.92 - M602 J3 with the A57
Railway 1.36 - Trafford Park
1.37 - Salford Crescent
1.52 - Deansgate G-Mex
Airport 7.47 - Manchester Airport

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Written by Steve Hulme from Evolve DBM
Apr 2014

Can't Recoment Highly Enough!

I toured then rented this office

Having viewed several serviced offices in the Salford Quays/Trafford area these offices were at the top of our list in terms of quality, price and service. Of course, before you sign on the dotted line, you haven’t really experienced the service, but our decision proved to be the right one - my colleagues and I have been bowled over by the team. Even from before we officially moved in the team have been friendly, efficient, flexible and very pro-active. Great facilities, great price and great service – I can’t recommend them, and their offices, highly enough

 

Written by Mark McKay from Base Estate Management Ltd
Jul 2013

Having searched endlessly in the Media City vicinity we came to view HQ and were refreshed by the buildings appealing waterfront location, stylish interior and friendly team. We didn’t hesitate to sign up and haven’t looked back – the team really go out of their way and no request is too big or small – they even helped us move from our old office and reprinted all our business cards for free! The customer service is second to none and we’ve no doubt HQ will be our businesses home for a long time. We especially love the close proximity of the trams, abundance of on-site parking and free bacon butties once a month! We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend HQ to anyone looking for office space in Greater Manchester.

This reviewer toured and then rented space at this office

 

Written by Neil Sheppard from Customs Connect Limited
Jul 2013

We toured H Q and we liked the location, the style and quality of the refurbishment and the office space itself. Having moved from a “serviced office” we much prefer the amount of natural light, fresh air (not keen on air-conditioning), reserved parking and sound-proofed walls. Comparatively speaking, we are getting far more for our money than in our previous rented office. Even though we chose to move in before the refurbishment was complete (it is now) our move was stress free. The centre staff helped with the move and have been very accommodating with certain specific office requirements that we had. We received excellent customer service in a relaxed and friendly manner. The extensive facilities really meet our business needs. We have met with the office owners, premises manager through to the refurbishment team and they all go out of their way to make sure that any requests (within reason) are quickly and efficiently expedited.

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