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Park View Business Centre — new café and offices expansion.

Park View Business Centre, located on the Combermere Abbey Estate between Nantwich, Cheshire and Whitchurch, Shropshire, has just completed another phase of redevelopment work.
Having secured vital EU rural grant funding through the RDPE Growth Program, the project has created 5 additional, new office spaces as well as a sandwich bar/café. These will generate at least 4 new direct jobs for the area.

The Sandwich Bar/Cafe will provide a tremendous place for Park View Business Centre tenants, staff and locals to have lunch, as well as providing excellent facilities for meeting business clients in an informal environment.
Situated on the main road between Nantwich and Whitchurch (A530), the 5 new offices are of various sizes. This is designed to attract a range of businesses at different stages of their evolution and growth. The spaces will suit companies with 2 to 15 people and all will benefit from the superfast broadband (internet speeds of up to 100 MBS). These facilities, in conjunction with free parking, on-site gym and electric car charging points, will help to keep Park View Business Centre at the forefront of office options.

Peter Beckett, Managing Director of PVBC says: "We are thrilled with the completion of this latest phase of redevelopment work and we look forward to welcoming our new tenants. Helping to keep working people based in the countryside is our passion and we are keen to maintain this top quality positioning. These new facilities make the most of combining traditional buildings equipped with modern technology."
Tina Hayward, Manager of PVBC added "This next phase of work is tremendous and opens up more opportunities for local employment in a wonderful location. The benefits of great value rural units with our additional support services not only gives people the best chance of succeeding with building their business, but also of maintaining the optimum work-life balance".

The new café is up and running for lunch-time fare Monday to Friday 11.00am to 2.30pm.

For more information on availability of units at PVBC visit: www.parkviewbusinesscentre.co.uk or call 01948 661 600 / 07921 788 341

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