St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, has welcomed a new tenant to its impressive Seven House office development at Longbridge.
Consulting civil and structural engineers Rodgers Leask has relocated, from its previous base at Longbridge Innovative Centre, to new office space in the heart of the town centre taking 1,600 sq ft of space on a long term lease.
The company, which is headquartered in Derby and also has an office in London, took the decision to move to larger premises at Longbridge with a view to expanding its presence in the region.
Andrew Catmur, director at Rodgers Leask, said: “We had outgrown our previous office at Longbridge Innovation Centre on the back of an extremely successful couple of years for the business, so were looking for a new office that provided us with an opportunity to expand in line with our strategy for growth and to accommodate new employees.
“We’re delighted to have moved to Seven House, as it offers us a modern, flexible office environment. We are very much looking forward to settling in properly and realising opportunities as the market continues to pick up in 2014.”
Mike Murray, senior development surveyor at St. Modwen, added: “We’re pleased to welcome Rodgers Leask to Seven House, which is at the heart of the first phase of development at Longbridge town centre. The company is a well-known and respected leader in its field and we wish them well with their future growth plans.”
He continued: “We have received a good level of interest in office accommodation at Seven House in Longbridge, and look forward to announcing new occupiers in the near future.”
Seven House offers 18,000 sq ft of high quality Grade A office accommodation in a prime location. It is close to all amenities and benefits from good transport links to the region’s motorway network.