A new project to construct new office space for a housing agency – due for construction later this year – could bring over a hundred new jobs to Abergele, in North Wales.
Housing agency, Cartrefi Conwy, is set to establish £2.5 million worth of new headquarters on the North Wales Business Park to provide more office space for its expanding business as well as public community areas.
A new scheme could create as many as 1,500 jobs in Bicester if planning goes ahead to build a new business park near Oxford.
Developers Albion Land are behind this latest project in the area, where they hope to establish working units of 80,000 sq.ft. or more. The plans are due to be submitted in June this year.
London Victoria is due for a major redevelopment during the next decade as regeneration schemes are to see the appearance of 125,000 sq.ft. office space, as well as a number of retail units and residential apartments.
Additional new projects will complement the revamp of Victoria, including the expansion of the train station and improved connectivity between Victoria and various transport points across London.
Owners of the Reading office tower, Thames Tower, have revealed plans to expand upon the existing abandoned building.
LaSalle Investment Management has opened redevelopment ideas to local residents in a bid to judge public opinion on the investment. The results have been recorded as mixed.
The demand for office space in the North East of England rose by over 60% according to recent research.
Looking at the demand for serviced offices, a flexible alternative to long-term commercial property leases – the research compared activity between January-March 2011 and the same period in 2012.
The planned development of a new central business district in Cardiff has been grounded.
Valued at £160 million and dubbed “a new gateway to Wales”, the development was originally planned to sit alongside Cardiff Central and deliver high-rise office space in Cardiff city Centre.
The lexicon of office jargon continues to grow as plain English is pushed aside.
From acronyms to animal references, the jargon used in offices across the UK appears to be on the rise. So to share the laughter that arises from these ridiculous phrases dreamt up between the pages of a management manual – here are our top 3:
Gainsborough office space will see new tenants in the form of successful Lincolnshire law firm, Sills & Betteridge.
The firm initially moved into town 18 months ago, but are already looking to expand their offices as a result of recent growth. The Sills & Betteridge Gainsborough team are set to move from their current space at Pattern Store to the more spacious Britannia House in Marshall’s Yard.
Pure Offices, a nationwide serviced office provider, is planning to invest £3 million into a new office space development in Warwick which is due to create around 200 jobs in the local area.
The office space will be located at Tournament Fields, close to the M40, where Pure Offices have purchased around 1 acre of land.
Businesses in the North East of England have been granted a £25 million loan fund in a bid to regenerate the region.
The money – part of the Growing Places scheme developed by the government – will go towards such ventures as new hotels, wind energy farms and office space for various local businesses. Site and firms both will receive the chance to acquire financial backing.