Award-Winning Office Provider Launches in Poole
Clarendon Business Centres, which won officebroker.com’s Business Centre of the Month Award in September 2011, has expanded its portfolio by launching a new business centre in Poole, Dorset.
Poole is a pretty coastal town and popular tourist destination as well as a thriving business community, home to businesses spanning a wide range of industries including retail, education and finance, along with the more traditional manufacturing sector.
The new centre is located in the town centre on Parkstone Road, and provides a number of furnished serviced office suites for small or medium sized businesses.
Clients are supported by an on-site management team who offer receptionist services along with telephone answering services and admin assistance, while the centre itself provides key business amenities including meeting rooms, Wi-Fi internet access and air-conditioning throughout.
Among the benefits presented to clients, the centre occupies a convenient location close to the train station, which offers regular links to London Waterloo and easy access to neighbouring Bournemouth.
This latest addition brings Clarendon’s portfolio of business centres up to 12, which expands their presence on the South Coast alongside the company’s popular Bournemouth location.
officebroker.com’s Business Centre of the Month Award was presented to Prama House, Clarendon’s flagship property in Oxford, in September 2011. The centre rarely falls below full occupancy and the team have forged an excellent working relationship with officebroker.com’s Account Managers, and judging by the flood of positive feedback, have shown that they provide a happy and supportive work environment for their clients.
A town of historical significance, Poole boasts the largest natural harbour in Britain which was formed at the end of the last ice age, and the area also dates back to the Iron Age when evidence suggests it was a human settlement. In later centuries its busy port helped to create and establish valuable trade links across the world.
The town is also well-known as the birthplace of former spy and novelist John Le Carre, whose 1974 bestseller Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is fast becoming a cinema blockbuster.