Wrest Park Enterprise - new offices available 10 years on
A lot can change in a week, 6 months (well, we all know what that refers to) and certainly a decade – just over 10 years ago, David Taylor, Group Estates Manager for Wrest Park Enterprise, was at the start of a journey that would launch out Enterprise House - a 50 office business centre as the focal point of a 24 acre business park at the end of a tree lined avenue in Silsoe, off the A6 in Central Bedfordshire.
So what has changed? Well, firstly, the business park is now home to a thriving community of over 100 businesses in around 40 buildings. The original business centre has now become a campus of 3 buildings, offering116 offices of various sizes and layouts for 2 – 40+ staff and a range of meeting and conference facilities.
Working practices have changed, especially this year, but with a flexible provider like Wrest Park Enterprise, businesses can adapt with minimal disruption. The team have made every effort to follow all the guidelines to provide as safe a working environment and the campus has remained open at all times.
“One constant throughout the last decade is the steady growth in demand for flexible workspace. Also, businesses have seen that the economic climate can change, either way, very rapidly and they have to be able to adapt. At Wrest Park Enterprise we believe in offering the best customer service, to complement our flexible terms, which allow clients to flex up or down in size at relatively short notice, that way we can work with clients and forge long term relationships – in fact we still have a lot of the original clients from 2010 with us today”
Some things never change though; David launched a further phase of 17 brand new fully serviced office space at the start of October and only 4 remain available!
If you are tired of long leasehold commitment and want flexibility, or want to get away from working in the city or built up local areas, visit the website to see what we have to offer or call 01525 306000 and book your tour of our facilities today.