Saddleworth Business Centre near Oldham offers a range of workspaces, including workshops, light industrial units, offices and storage facilities. We also have one smartly presented meeting room and offer a mailbox service for companies that simply need a business address.
The buildings that make up the centre were built at different times, resulting in three phased areas, all linked together by the car park roof.
All of our units are available using our flexible licence agreements, which allow you to choose how long you want to commit to renting the space. The easy sign-up means you can also move in almost immediately.
We are located in a conservation area on the western edge of the Peak District, next to the River Tame. Therefore, it's a pretty, rural location for your business, but still close to major road networks and towns.
We are 5 minutes from Uppermill and within walking distance of the village of Delph.
If you're travelling by car, we're based on the main Manchester to Huddersfield road (A62) and the M62 is just five miles away. While our nearest rail station is Greenfield station, an eight-minute drive away.
Our offices are based on the first and second floors of the business centre. We have recently redeveloped the whole of our second floor, providing:
These renovated office suites range in size from 160 - 505 square feet, so could be your new business home whether it's just you or you have a team of five. We can also combine units to offer larger office space, so there's plenty of room to grow.
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The majority of our units are workshops, which can also be used for storage or light industrial activities.
With individual units ranging from 1,000 - 5,500 square feet (1.85 - 510 square metres), we can cater for a wide variety of businesses and their space needs.
A number of our units have been repainted or completely refurbished, offering high-quality workshop space at affordable prices. Book a viewing today!
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