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The whole Princes Dock estate is now operationally net zero. Credit: Peel L&P

System C takes 6,000 sq ft in Liverpool 

The IT company, which counts NHS trusts and local councils among its clients, is moving from Warrington to Peel L&P’s Princes Dock.

System C has signed a 10-year lease on 6,000 sq ft in the Liverpool Waters office block.

The thinking behind the move is to create a central hub close to its customers, many of which are based in Liverpool City Region.

The company’s clients include Liverpool University Hospitals, the Walton Centre, and Alder Hey, as well as Liverpool City Council and Knowsley, Sefton, and St. Helens Councils.

System C’s Princes Dock office will be home to 60 of its 750 staff.

Nick Wilson, chief executive of System C, said: “[The office] will serve as a hub for our colleagues and customers in the North West. This expansion further solidifies our position as a leading British supplier and also demonstrates our investment and dedication to supporting our customers and driving digital transformation in the North West.

“With a significant customer base in the North West, and the Liverpool City Region in particular, encompassing both health and social care sectors, this strategic move brings us closer to them. We will be actively recruiting into our Liverpool office to leverage the exceptional digital talent that is now accessible to us.”

Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, said: “Princes Dock continues to be a highly desirable location for forward-thinking businesses who want to provide an attractive, accessible, sustainable and flexible workspace for their growing teams.

“These offices and workspaces within Princes Dock allow for collaborative working and which help to motivate teams, boost creativity and wellbeing, as well as support businesses to become more energy efficient with the net zero carbon status.”

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By John Lynn

There is no reason why the Princes Dock is not attracting more business and office space, transport-wise there are the nearby metro stations at Moorfields and James St, hopefully soon direct trains from North Wales will be coming to James St at least, thus making it an easy commute from , eg Wrexham, for workers of any future businesses locating there.

By Anonymous

Of course when metro services are extended to North Wales they will loop around all four of the metro stations in Liverpool’s central core just as the four other branches of the Wirral Line do.
Princes Dock is a very accessible location as is the whole business district and the whole of central Liverpool for that matter.

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