Award winning Mulberry Business Park offers best of both worlds

Alba, Mulberry Business Park

14 Jul Award winning Mulberry Business Park offers best of both worlds

Last remaining office space available in woodland business park

 

The award winning Mulberry Business Park provides a total of 200,000 sq ft of contemporary office space, and is home to many well known companies. Page Hardy Harris are instructed by our client AEW UK to market 3,486 sq.ft of  ground floor office space in Alba.

Alba is a completely refurbished, detached, air conditioned office building with an impressive reception/entrance area,  in the attractive Market Town of Wokingham. The exciting regeneration of the town will be entering phase two, following completion of the new multi storey car park that opened on 13th June 2017, which will see the creation of new leisure facilities, new homes, commercial space and public spaces, such as Publish Square.

An artist's impression of Wokinghams new 'publish square'

An artist’s impression of Wokinghams new ‘publish square’

Mulberry Business Park is located on Fishponds Road which is situated in the heart of the prime commercial area of Molly Millars Lane and is only a short walk from Wokingham Train Station.  Wokingham is an attractive market town with excellent road and rail links. Good schools and low levels of crime make the town attractive to families and residents who enjoy a high quality of life. Unemployment rates are low with a high number of IT, Tech and Creative businesses basing themselves in and around Wokingham.

People in Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell are more likely to be employed in this sector than almost anywhere else in the UK. 

 

Berkshire is a hub for creative industries – with people more likely to be employed in this sector than almost anywhere else in the UK. Figures from the ONS reveal that towns across the county had some of the highest numbers of people employed in the creative industries in 2016.

Bracknell Forest had the highest percentage of workers in creative industries with 22 per cent of the area’s workforce, 13,942 people.  With more than four times the national average, the town has the third highest proportion of workers in the country employed in the sector, this is largely thanks to being home to the likes of Dell, Fujitsu and NEP Visions among others.

The area is closely followed by Wokingham, which ranks fourth in the country, with 19 per cent of all working people having a job doing something creative – or 14,433 people.

If you would like to discuss taking space at Mulberry Business Park  or in the Wokingham area  

please call James Page on 01344 311344 or send an enquiry 

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