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Maximum Occupancy For Bewley House


 There are further signs that Chippenham's economy is continuing to recover as the town's Bewley House reaches maximum occupancy,

For the first time in nearly 4 years the five storey building has all space occupied including its reception area and secure archive storage facility.

Earlier this year Wiltshire NHS Primary Care Trust signed a 10 year lease with HPH Commercial Property for the first floor of the building.

They have now signed an additional deal on the building’s reception area, whilst renewable energy supplier Good Energy have agreed a deal to use the buildings archiving facility.

Lindsay Holdoway, Managing Director of HPH Commercial Property which has owned Bewley House since 2001, said: "Chippenham is obviously a superb strategic location for many types of business, and we’re pleased that Bewley House is able to provide the space and facilities these organisations have been searching for."

"We take a proactive approach to property management including reducing running costs for the occupiers and have invested in a number of innovations at Bewley House which have resulted in emissions being 50% less than they were five years ago. This translates to annual savings of over £25,000 in the building’s utility bills which we have passed on to our tenants. When this is combined with a large amount of on site parking with the station and town centre within walking distance it all adds up to a very sustainable location."


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