Quorum Park has always been home to large office occupiers with the likes of Tesco Bank, Convergys, Balfour Beatty, Engie and Sitel each employing hundreds of staff on site.
However Quorum is also home to a growing band of smaller occupiers, particularly in Neon and Q11 where a range of smaller suites have been created.
These suites typically provide space for between 6 and 50 people, providing much needed space for smaller office users and SME companies, some of whom are growing very quickly.
What attracts occupiers to these buildings is the shared areas and facilities such as break out spaces and meeting rooms.
These spaces provide valuable amenities to staff and mean that businesses don’t need to pay for meeting room space within their own offices which can potentially sit empty for long periods of time.
Joint letting agent for Quorum Park, Tony Wordsworth of Avison Young said “The creation of small office suites at Quorum has been a great success and we are already close to reaching 100% occupancy at Neon.
“Companies looking for small office spaces can face problems trying to secure a high standard of accommodation and with the level of amenities they need for their staff, so we are very proud to be able to offer this at Quorum.”
Greg Davison of Cushman & Wakefield added: “Within buildings such as Q12 we can cater for very large space requirements so growing companies have fantastic headroom to take on larger spaces at Quorum.
“Our ability to offer flexible solutions for growing companies is proving popular and given the growing need for flexible workplaces, we believe that Quorum’s relevance in the context of the region’s office market will only increase.”