St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, has marked the completion of its new offices at the Wembley Central scheme with a visit from Brent North MP, Barry Gardiner.
The 23,000 sq ft of refurbished office space in Ramsey House forms an integral part of St. Modwen’s £90m town centre redevelopment. The building’s location immediately adjacent to Wembley Central train and tube station, together with its own allocated secure parking, gives prospective tenants a level of accessibility unrivalled in the local area. Most importantly, with the office entrance situated in the heart of the new pedestrianised public square, those working in the offices will have immediate access to a wide range of popular town centre shops and other amenities.
Not only does Ramsey House benefit from spectacular views across Greater London but its internal space has been designed to provide utmost flexibility. Each of the three floors provides 7,650 sq ft of modern, bright accommodation that has the flexibility to be let either in its entirety or be subdivided into smaller self-contained office suites.
Mr Gardiner visited Ramsey House as part of a tour of Wembley Central which also took in its shops, new apartments and security suite. He said: “What a transformation to see attractive shops, modern apartments and new offices for local businesses in place of the old decay! I am also particularly delighted that St. Modwen is working with the police to make the centre of Wembley safer for us all”.
Killian Morris, senior development surveyor at St. Modwen, added: “More than ever, businesses today are seeking well-located, good quality office space at affordable rents, which is exactly what Ramsey House offers. It is ideal for organisations looking to relocate from within the town centre and also from further afield. Ramsey House is a key part of our plan to regenerate Wembley town centre and the new residents, shops and office tenants will all significantly contribute to Wembley’s thriving community.”
As well as Ramsey House, Wembley Central will provide 135,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space, together with Central Apartments, a development of 117 private apartments to complement 85 affordable homes already completed on site. The scheme’s new 16,000 sq ft public square was launched last autumn together with the opening of new stores TK Maxx, Peacocks and Bonmarche.