Opportunity at Bewley House in Chippenham
Small businesses in Chippenham have a chance to rub shoulders with international companies
A unique opportunity has come to the Chippenham market for smaller business teams in the town.
Modern office space is now available at the newly renovated Bewley House. The west wing on the ground floor offers approximately 850 sq. ft. and is suitable for 8 to 10 employees. The space has been fitted out to a high standard including an open-plan kitchen area.
It was recently announced global technology giant, Siemens PLC, would be moving into Bewley House later this summer joining international engineering, design and consultancy company, Ramboll, who moved into the building last year and owners HPH advise the arrival of another global organisation is to be announced shortly.
Owned and managed by HPH Commercial Property, Bewley House has seen significant investment and now includes shower facilities, excellent digital connectivity with a wide choice of broadband services available and a number of green credentials.
Energy saving features include: LED energy efficient lighting, intelligent lighting in stairwells, high performance window film, electric vehicle charging points and a new efficient heating system with remote monitoring and access.
HPH Commercial Property own and manage a large portfolio of office, industrial and retail space across Bristol, Bath and Wiltshire.
Lindsay Holdoway, Managing Director of HPH Commercial Property, said, “Bewley House presents a fantastic opportunity for smaller companies in Chippenham looking for more, centrally located space in the town. With the likes of Ramboll and Siemens already taking space, Bewley House is established as an innovative and diverse business hub with great rail and road access.
“Bewley House offers a plethora of modern facilities and provides the perfect environment for businesses to operate. It is just a short walk from the town’s railway station making it an ideal location for companies needing easy access to London, Bristol and Bath.”