Campus offices provide flexible space close to ‘Cyber Hub’

 

Businesses on the hunt for modern office space close to the proposed cyber hub in Cheltenham are being steered to the Gloucestershire College Campus located just off Princess Elizabeth Way.

Close to GCHQ and the proposed new Cyber Park, the modern, purpose-built office suites built in 2002 offer open plan space and good parking allowance. They also benefit from secure access and CCTV along with a manned reception and communal area.

Dorian Wragg Commercial Partner from Bruton Knowles’ Gloucester office said: “Flexible, purpose-built office space like this doesn’t come to market very often, especially in such an excellent location with the Gloucestershire College Cheltenham Campus being close to GCHQ and the proposed new cyber park.

“Office space is available as a whole or in part to meet individual needs and would be ideal for a technology, media or telecoms business looking to take advantage of location, easy access from J11 of the M5 and with the added benefits of generous parking, secure access and CCTV.”

Bruton Knowles is marketing suites varying in size from 732 sq ft up to 9,052 sq ft. The campus includes a Starbucks Coffee Bar and manned reception, communal atrium and the suites also benefit from B1 office permissions.