Blackpool Office Space will be getting a much needed boost as Kevin McCabe’s Scarborough Group International (SGI) has announced that they will soon be launching some 11,000 sq ft of office space in the city, to be managed by serviced office subsidiary Forsyth Business Centre.
Located in the former Blackpool Borough Council budget business centre on Queen Street, the office space will be situated near Blackpool’s famous Golden Mile, providing three floors of newly refurbished office accommodation for businesses looking to set up in and relocate to the North West.
Blackpool‘s regeneration body, ReBlackpool, has backed the leading property specialist’s move into the town, saying it will create much needed opportunities in a rundown area. Doug Garrett, chief executive of the town’s regeneration body ReBlackpool said: “It’s fantastic that a high profile company such as SGI is looking at creating opportunities like this for businesses in the area. Blackpool’s economy has seen a major decline is recent years. The job market has taken quite a hit, so this is just the kind of thing we want to see happening. Things are starting to look up for Blackpool as the weak pound and the recession persuades more people to holiday in the UK instead of abroad. Travelodge has recently opened two new hotels in the town and the seafront is undergoing a massive Ă‚Ĺ87million redevelopment – scheduled to be finished this year.”
Chris Burke, a surveyor at SGI said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for the Scarborough Group – the office suites are in a great location situated near to the North Pier and adjacent to the Golden Mile. It’s also a great chance for businesses all over the North West to take advantage of a flexible office solution without committing to long term leases and heavy overheads. By taking on the former council business centre, we will be able to offer businesses a flexible office solution in a town on the rise.”
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