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Work Starts On New Business Hub In Stapleford

22nd January 2020 Broxtowe Borough Council, Councillor Richard MacRae Tags: , 0 Comments
Councillor Richard MacRae, Leader of the council Councillor Milan Radulovic MBE and Councillor David Grindell.

Nine businesses will soon be able to benefit from office space in Stapleford’s new business hub, as Broxtowe Borough Council begins work to transform the old Police Station site. Cllr Milan Radulovic visited the site on 21st January to see progress.

The site, which has been vacant for several years, will be refurbished into nine offices of varying sizes, as well as kitchen and break out facilities for new or expanding businesses, thanks to funding from D2N2’s Local Growth Fund.

The Stapleford Business Hub is the second which has been developed by the Council and follows on from the successful hub in Beeston which is now home to 5 businesses.

As well as affordable rent rates, the new hub will benefit from dedicated business support, intercom system and parking. The shared space will also offer fantastic networking opportunities with other businesses in the hub.

Leader of the council Councillor Milan Radulovic MBE: “This is great news for Stapleford. Not only will the new hub help support new and growing businesses to take the next steps, it also brings a long-term vacant site back in to use and will bring new customers to Stapleford’s high street. We’ve already received enquiries so if you’re interested in rent one of the offices, get in touch as soon as possible.”

The new business hub is just part of an exciting future for Stapleford, with the town selected as part of the Towns Deal programme.

Anyone interested in renting in the Hub should contact Rebecca Ogden on 0115 917 3826 or by emailing

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