Guaranteed Tenant for Office Space at the Heart of WarringtonΓÇÖs ΓÇ£Bridge Street QuarterΓÇ¥
Warrington Borough Council have committed themselves as a ΓÇ£guaranteed large scaleΓÇ¥ tenant to the office space created by their ΓÇ£Bridge Street QuarterΓÇ¥ ΓÇô A proposal designed to attract potential development partners to the redevelopment of Warrington Town Centre.
The proposals, which they hope will breathe new life into the town, includes plans for a new market hall, retail space and dining and leisure facilities in addition to the new office space.
ΓÇ£The aim of these proposals is to make Warrington town Centre a high quality place to work, shop and relax for the benefit residents, business owners and visitors alike.ΓÇ¥ explained Cllr Bob Barr, executive board member for planning, regeneration and housing at the council in press release.
By guaranteeing the council as a high volume tenant for the office space element of the proposed development, as well as highlighting the potential of bringing other public sector partners to the new office, the council hope to attract a range of potential development partners for the 17 acre project.
The ΓÇ£Bridge Street QuarterΓÇ¥ project, which would stretch from the west side of Bridge Street to Academy Way in the east, Buttermarket Street in the North and Mersey Street in the south, is the latest step in a wider regeneration master-plan approved at the close of 2008 and with an estimated value of between ┬ú150m – ┬ú200m.
Asked about the regeneration project Sallie Maskrey, Director of the Award winning business centre, explained how they and other local members of WarringtonΓÇÖs business community had been asked to engage with the council on the scheme:
ΓÇÿThe council work closely together with the businesses in the town and Portal Business Centres have been asked to facilitate in developing WarringtonΓÇÖs future plans to ensure that the diverse business base within the town continues to grow.ΓÇ¥
ΓÇ£Warrington has always been a popular (business) destinationΓÇ¥ continued Sallie, ΓÇ£And the proposed ΓÇÿBridge Street QuarterΓÇÖ development that Warrington Borough Council has planned strengthens its position and will make Warrington even more attractive as an ideal central location for businesses in the North West.ΓÇ¥
Could Warrington be right for your business? If so why not explore the office space available in the area, including the award winning business centre operated by Sallie and her friendly team, by visiting the officebroker.com website.