Calderdale Business Park offers flexible managed workspace to companies in the Halifax area. It provides commercial units that can be used as industrial, workshop or storage space in addition to a range of office and studio space.
We offer 24-hour access, CCTV, two large car parks providing ample free parking, disabled access and a secure post room. Customers based at the business park also benefit from a responsive management team based on site, including a receptionist four days of the week.
Some of our units have fantastic views across the Calder valley and current customers include Mags on Ramps skatepark and Pennine Magpie.
The building is located just to the north of Halifax town centre in the Ovenden area and was once the Old United Biscuits factory. Just off the Keighley Road (the A629), Calderdale Business Centre is easily accessible from Bradford, Ovenden and other local areas such as Illingworth and Wheatley.
The nearest stations are Halifax, which is two miles away and Sowerby Bridge, which is 2.6 miles away. The following buses stop nearby: 513, 560, 592, 600.
There is a Tesco metro a five-minute walk away and a large Morrisons supermarket within a five-minute drive. The Bull Green, Kings Cross and Woolshops shopping centre also provide excellent retail facilities nearby.
We provide 32 offices within the business park, which are available on an unfurnished basis. The majority of our office space has natural light, ranging from 90sqft to 850sqft in size.
Our commercial property ranges from 250sq ft workshops to 27,926 sq ft industrial units and warehouse space. Most of our units are internal with double door access, but some have roller shutter doors. We also have a number of small ground floor units that suit most storage requirements.
The business park offers good access for HVGs and there is a dedicated loading dock for deliveries. Parking is unallocated, but with our large car parks, there is always space for customers and their visitors.
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