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Property firm to move to new Birmingham office

Posted by Mark
May 13, 2014 in Property Development

CBRE, a global property consultancy, is relocating its Birmingham office, with a major refurbishment project of the building transforming it into a modern workplace.

The move is set for August, with the company leaving its 10-year home at Cornwall Court to move into 55 Temple Row. Located closer to Birmingham New Street train station and with city centre views, the consultancy’s managing director, Martin Guest, said:

“We now employ 100 and are planning further recruitment. The move also gives us the opportunity of overhauling how we work.”

The move will also see the firm change to a more modern and dynamic office environment. Embracing how people are changing the way they work to suit changing demands from customers, Guest said:

“For staff, we will be adopting a new working style, including agile working and paperless systems.”

He then went on to explain there will be additional facilities offered. Many of these will make it easier for staff running or cycling in to work, with showers and lockers being provided.

Inviting the firm’s clients to enjoy the state-of-the-art meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi access and an on-site coffee bar, the MD added:

“There will be an open invitation to drop in and draw breath with great views of the cathedral.”

The projected cost of the refurbishment is £1m, which will see a re-fit to 13,500 sq ft of space over two levels.  Office partitioning  Office partitioning will be used throughout the office floors to create the best working environment for the staff.

Other tenants of the building at 55 Temple Row include the Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Bank.

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