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Rent serviced offices in Burnley at Ribble Court - Office Space Burnley

Overview Ribble Court, Burnley, BB12 Add to list

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B Ltd  Burnley Business Centre
B Ltd  Burnley Business Centre
B Ltd  Burnley Business Centre
B Ltd  Burnley Business Centre


An ultra-modern business centre which offers fully furnished office space on flexible terms. There is a manned reception area which has been fitted out to a high quality specification and there are air conditioned board rooms to hire as and when required. Other benefits include a fully equipped kitchen area and 24 hour CCTV coverage. There is also a self-contained area situated on the lower floor for rent, which would be suitable for deliveries. It has its own reception area, kitchen, communal room, large office, conference room and four small offices.


Office Facilities

  • Furnished
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Shared Space


  • Admin Support
  • Manned Reception
  • Telephone Answering

Comms / IT

  • Broadband Access
  • Cabling
  • On-Site IT Support
  • Telephone System


  • CCTV
  • Manned Security


  • Twenty Four Hour Access
  • Disabled Access Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • On-Site Cafe Restaurant

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Location Ribble Court, Burnley, BB12 Add to list

Located just a few minutes away from Junction 8 of the M65 motorway which offers excellent connections with the rest of the network plus benefitting from an excellent location for international travel.

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Transport Links

Motorway 1.11 - M65 J8 with the A56
Railway 1.23 - Hapton
1.89 - Huncoat
2.1 - Rose Grove
Airport 27.77 - Leeds Airport

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Written by Malcolm Pollard from Baytouch LTD
Aug 2012

Very Positive

Sarah taking over the operations at the Padiham office has transformed the service levels and tenant/landlord experience across the board. Her cheery demeanour, attention to detail and customer-focused service ethic are second to none and make working in the building a positive experience and real pleasure which helps my business better achieve its goals and objectives.

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Written by Abby Thomas from Complete Network Services
Aug 2012

Thank You!

Lovely place to work, always clean and tidy, facilities are great and staff are very friendly and able to answer any queries and are very amenable to requests we may have.

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Written by Barry Burns from DPF Print and Promotions
Aug 2012


We have been in Padiham Business Centre since October 2011 and before we came we looked at other offices in other centres. When I met the manager, Sarah, she showed me round Business First and I was most impressed - it was so much better than offices at similar money that we had looked at!

We have not been disappointed; it is a great place to work and for our clients to visit. It really lifts our profile, the quality of everything is superb, the manager has been fantastic as nothing is too much trouble for her, and we are really well looked after.

The best move we could have made.

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Written by Stuart Bruce from EMSTAR LLP
Aug 2012

Excellent office space and support

Due to staff changes I had an urgent need to temporarily re-locate my administration base from the East of England. Sarah and her colleagues were able to provide a comprehensive solution to my requirements in the offices based at Shuttleworth Mead. A modern, built for purpose site with all the amenities that I need. Moving into the office was very simple with a streamlined administration process and a clear cost structure to assist with budget planning.

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