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£2million investment will benefit Stockport businesses

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The office block will be converted into a 62-office business centre, due to open early next year

National flexible business space provider, BizSpace, has invested more than £2.5million in a new business centre for Cheadle, bringing an even greater selection of facilities and services for small businesses in the area.

BizSpace already owns Europa Business Park on Bird Hall Lane in the town, and has recently completed the purchase of Cheadle Place on Stockport Road.

The office block will be converted into a 62-office business centre, due to open early next year, with units ranging in size from 86 square feet up to 4,500 square feet.

A £712,000 refurbishment program will transform the open plan space into offices designed specifically for start-ups and small businesses. The interior will be upgraded and a new reception area and break out spaces created.

BizSpace’s commercial director, Emma Long, commented: “We’re delighted to be opening a further centre in the North West, and are looking forward to welcoming a diverse host of the region’s businesses as our new customers. “Our focus is very much about making life easier for small businesses and start-ups, and we’ve done everything we can to make the process of taking on that important first business space as easy and fuss-free as possible.

“Cheadle Place will offer even more companies the opportunity to launch, develop and succeed.”

The modern, three-storey site offers a total of 22,036 square feet of business space and was purchased for £1.9million.

The centre will be launched with an open day in the New Year.