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New phase of redevelopment begins

Park View Business Centre, located on the Combermere Abbey Estate near Whitchurch, has started work again on another phase of redevelopment.

Having secured vital EU rural grant funding through the RDPE Growth Program, the project will create an additional 5 office spaces and a new sandwich bar/café. This will generate 4 new direct jobs for the area.

The sandwich bar/cafe will provide space for the Park View Business Centre tenants and their staff to have lunch, as well as providing facilities for meeting business clients in an informal environment.

Located on the main road between Nantwich and Whitchurch (A530), the 5 new offices will be of various sizes, attracting a range of businesses. The spaces will suit from 2 to 15 people and all new spaces will benefit from the superfast broadband with internet speeds of up to 100 MBS. There is also free parking, an on-site gym and electric car charging points available.

Peter Beckett, managing director of PVBC, said: “We were hugely grateful for the guidance and support we were given in accessing the RDPE Growth Program. In particular, Rachel Bolton provided excellent professional help and encouragement throughout the process – this made all the difference to achieving success in a complex process. Helping to keep working people in the countryside is a passion we are keen to pursue, making the most of combining traditional buildings with modern technology."

Rachel Bolton, rural enterprise manager for The Skills and Growth Company, said: “This is another project which not only expands an already successful business centre but creates jobs and contributes to our thriving rural economy in Cheshire East.”

Tina Hayward, manager of PVBC, said: “This next phase of work is really exciting and we look forward to bringing more businesses to this location. The benefits of great value office spaces with our additional support services not only gives people the best chance of succeeding with building their business, but also of maintaining the best work-life balance”.

The new office building and café are planned to be completed before Christmas 2019.

Pictured: Tina Hayward (PVBC), Peter Beckett (PVBC), Rachel Bolton (Cheshire East Skills and Growth Company) and Dan Pink (construction company) celebrate work starting on the conversion of more redundant farm buildings


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