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Hurstwood Holdings refurbs Rossendale business landmark

The 35,000 sq ft Business Centre offers fantastic facilities

Manchester-based, Hurstwood Holdings, has refurbished a landmark Business Centre in Rossendale.

Link 665, situated off the A56, has undergone a major refurbishment, modernising the Business Centre to better reflect the forward-thinking businesses that are based there.

The 35,000 sq ft Business Centre, which was the former HQ of Hurstwood Holdings, offers fantastic facilities, including excellent links to the M66 and M56, a manned reception, 24 hours CCTV monitoring and parking for 160 cars.

Sian Hindle, Sales Manager, Hurstwood Holdings, said: “Refurbing our former headquarters has taken two months, with new flooring, furniture and a redecoration now being completed. We are delighted with the final result, since Link 665 offers its 15 occupants a modern and welcoming environment, to grow and develop their businesses.

“As a result, we now have spaces from 780 to 1,266 sq ft available for businesses who require a modern, flexible and convenient office space.”

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