Exciting new business hub unveiled in North Cornwall
NUMBER ONE, a landmark building in Launceston has unveiled its dynamic plans to create an exciting new commercial business hub providing much needed innovative office space for North Cornwall which include a café, meeting rooms, break-out areas for drop-in meetings and a state of the art gymnasium.
Number One, which previously served as council offices and has sat unused for a number of years now seeks like-minded businesses with a forward thinking nature to invest and share with its anchor tenant, Folk2Folk, a leading peer-to-peer lender. Folk2Folk celebrated its move into their headquarters at Number One on 22nd July with a summer party attended by MP for North Cornwall, Scott Mann, the Mayor of Launceston, Brian Hogan and many leading local business owners from across the South West.
The location of Number One is perfectly situated on the Cornwall and Devon borders enjoying a good balance of travel distance to all parts of the two counties with excellent access to the A30. The newly modern converted office suites and flexibility along with extensive car parking at Number One will provide business space to new tenants and help support the South West’s growing business community.
Scott Mann, MP for North Cornwall, said: “It is a great pleasure to be here to mark the opening of a new centre for business in the South West and support the continued growth of a local success story, Folk2Folk. As a new business centre in Launceston, Number One offers flexible office space for vibrant growth businesses from the South West and beyond, providing an environment in which they can thrive.”
Number One offers 11,313 sq ft, of high quality and flexible space. Interested parties are encouraged to arrange a visit to the property to see how the space can work for, and be shaped around, their business.
Contact: Philip Wiltshire from Kivells to make appointments to view the building 01566 777 777Philip.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Emma Stevenson, Marketing and Communications Manager – StevensonE@www.parnalls.com
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