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Ipswich Office Space Expands to Meet Demand

Ipswich Office Space Expands to Meet Demand

Basepoint Ipswich has announced that they will be expanding existing office space to meet demand following 100% occupancy.

The company is due to convert the top floor of the centre at Ransomes Europark into 5,600 sq.ft. further office space, which will be available to local businesses from 2nd April 2012.

The new floor will comprise ten offices, including five smaller individual spaces and five larger areas, potentially for the benefit of existing tenants.

Already the new office space is being signed away as three businesses in the centre are looking to relocate further up and two outside businesses have signed leases with Basepoint.

ΓÇ£At Basepoint our aim is to continue improving our facilities so that they meet the requirements of our licensees,ΓÇ¥ says Michelle Wootton, Basepoint Ipswich Centre Manager.

ΓÇ£Whilst we are keen to attract new businesses to the centre, we are also devoted to helping our existing companies grow and expand which is why the new offices are crucial.

ΓÇ£WeΓÇÖre delighted to see that some of our licensees are expanding ΓÇô a true testament considering the challenging times weΓÇÖre in.ΓÇ¥

According to data collected by officebroker.com, the increased requirements and commitment reported by Basepoint were reflected across Ipswich during 2011.

Based on activity recorded in the IP postcode, licence lengths increased from 4 to 7 months and workstation requirements doubled from 2 per client to 4 per client in the same 12 month period.

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