Manchester Solutions expands at Churchgate

Manchester Solutions, part of the 'Manchester family' of public sector organisations and the Chamber of Commerce's service delivery arm, has increased its office on the ground floor of Churchgate House, Oxford Road.

The organisation has taken an additional 6,500 sq ft to create a new training suite, called Churchgate Academy, on top of the 6,000 sq ft it already occupied.

James Bolton of Manchester Solutions said: "Churchgate Academy has been established to meet the needs of employers in Greater Manchester and across the North West and specialises in delivering high quality training using our new state-of-the-art facility in Churchgate House.

"The building's strategic location at the top of Oxford Street, within the Manchester Corridor, and on the edge of the city centre serves the needs of our clients perfectly."

Businesses based in Churchgate House and elsewhere in the Manchester Corridor are set to benefit from the introduction of a new high-speed fibre network which will have an immediate impact on broadband speeds which are expected to reach 100mb per second.

Ian Harris from CBRE Global Investors, owners of Churchgate House and the adjoining Lee House, added: "We are delighted to facilitate the expansion of one of our longest serving tenants within Churchgate House and wish Manchester Solutions every success in the future with Churchgate Academy.

"Our continued investment in the building has included refurbishment of a communal courtyard and replacement of passenger lifts. Together with the installation of the new high speed fibre network along the Manchester Corridor, and into Churchgate House itself, will allow us to attract occupiers seeking good value office accommodation together with the benefits of the latest fibre optic technology."

Jones Lang LaSalle and DTZ are advisors to CBRE Global Investors.

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