A newly renovated building in the heart of Stockton officially opened to businesses looking for a serviced office solution.
The Mayor of Stockton officially opened the offices in a ceremony that included representatives from Stockton Council and local businesses.
Jeff Highfield, managing director for Gloucester House, said: “Following the impressive regeneration of Stockton Town Centre, North Shore and Beaumont House, we’re thrilled to be officially opening Gloucester House.
“The building has been designed to be a state of the art hub for businesses – it has all the mod cons needed to effectively run a business, including access control with key less entry, High Definition CCTV, exceptionally high speed internet and a new telephone system.
“We’re keen to establish Stockton as a bustling community campus with businesses from all industries and Gloucester House is the perfect building to cater for this vision.”
Gloucester House – which is located on Church Road, and set in the historic quarter of Stockton – boasts 42 modern offices with exceptionally fast 500Mb Internet access, free parking and a state of the art InTouch telephone system.
It has been designed by the new owners to meet the dynamic growth needs of a range of businesses in the area.
• Pictured (above, left to right): The Mayor of Stockton Councillor Ken Dixon, The Mayoress of Stockton Linda Dixon, Caroline Highfield and Jeff Highfield.