Delight as all offices filled

CELEBRATION: From left, Michael Robson and Andrew Ingram of High Tide Consulting, Matt Johnson of Wynyard Park, Sharon Starkey of Velvet Communications and Dr Mark Tallon of Legal Foods
CELEBRATION: From left, Michael Robson and Andrew Ingram of High Tide Consulting, Matt Johnson of Wynyard Park, Sharon Starkey of Velvet Communications and Dr Mark Tallon of Legal Foods

A BUSINESS park is celebrating after an office complex on the site became fully let.

A project called the Serviced Office Scheme at Wynyard Park is now home to 20 companies.

It comes after the site also reached another milestone of 2,000 people now working at Wynyard Park.

Wynyard Park development director Matt Johnson said: “The Serviced Office Scheme has twice undergone expansion to keep pace with demand, and it has proved to be a stunning success despite all the economic uncertainty that we have had to endure over recent years.”

Tenants of the Serviced Office Scheme include international petroleum giant BP, Fabricom Offshore Services, Air Products, Hartlepool College of Further Education, Legal Foods Ltd, High Tide Consulting, Impetus and Velvet Communications.

Andrew Ingram, director and lead consultant for IT specialists High Tide Consulting, said: “We have been at Wynyard Park since earlier this year.

“After looking at a number of potential locations we chose Wynyard Park due to the flexible agreement on offer and the site’s proximity to good transport links.”

Dr Mark Tallon, managing director of Legal Foods Ltd – a food law firm that provides companies with regulatory guidance on how to remain compliant with European legislation, said: “We chose Wynyard Park due to its key location within easy reach of local airports and the A19.”

Elizabeth Eddy, director of PR and marketing consultancy Velvet Communications, added: “We have been a tenant on Wynyard Park for three years now and have recently moved into a bigger office to accommodate our growing team.”