A landmark new development is due to open for business in south east Northumberland this year.
Blyth Workspace will help to regenerate the long term vacant site and help to enhance Blyth Estuary’s reputation as a centre of excellence in energy and research.
Over the next three years Arch, The Northumberland Development Company, is leading the delivery of a mixed use development of the wider Commissioners Quay site as part of the broader regeneration of Blyth Estuary and town centre.
The development on Blyth Quayside will be available for occupation from March 2015.
Businesses requiring space are being encouraged to take a look at the new building and Arch are taking reservations now and arranging tours around the site.
Amy Doonan, Blyth Workspace manager said: “I see the creation of the Blyth Workspace as a major positive step for the town and the surrounding area.”
Blyth Workspace consists of first-class, contemporary managed offices in a striking quayside location, it is a highly energy efficient building, with state-of-the-art facilities, professional reception, dedicated ultra-fast broadband, free parking, rapid electric car charging points, and 24/7 security services including CCTV. Businesses can also benefit from 5 years free Business rates, subject to meeting criteria as the building is located on an Enterprise Zone.