The start of a new year is an ideal time to think about whether your current business premises is right for you. One small company who has recently made the move to one of our units, is signs and engraving business George KK.
George Kerkines-Keramidas took a unit at our Lomeshaye Business Village in Nelson, near Burnley, in November last year. Two months on, he has given his business space a makeover, redecorating it and adding insulation, and he is hopeful 2014 will be a good year for the business.
George started the business in April 2008 when he began working as an engraver in Colne. He then chose to move to Lomeshaye when he decided he needed a better working space. The company offers custom engraving services, digital printing on a range of materials and high quality signs.
George, who runs his business on his own, says he has been pleased with his commercial premises. He says:
The girls in the reception are very helpful, creating a friendly atmosphere.
If, like George, you decide you want to find somewhere new, our flexible workspace provision makes it easy for you to rent a unit, even if you're not sure how much space you will need in the longer term. We have a simple sign-up process, so you can move into one of our units straight away and then if you discover later that you need something bigger or smaller, you can move quickly into a different space without hassle.
Plus, you don't need to be tied into expensive fixed-term agreements - you can rent our units for however long you need.
Lomeshaye Business Village is an ideal location for businesses in Lancashire with a mix of both serviced and non-serviced offices. It is a historic property which has been refurbished to a high standard. The business village is popular with companies for its convenient location near the M65 as well as its facilities which include a day nursery, which has been ranked outstanding by Ofsted, and a café.