Demand for office space picking up
CAREFORCE, which provides care and support for elderly and venerable people throughout Cambridgeshire, is set to move to new offices in Eaton Socon. Huntingdon-based Barker Storey Matthews have recently completed the letting of 3a Little End Road, which c
CAREFORCE, which provides care and support for elderly and venerable people throughout Cambridgeshire, is set to move to new offices in Eaton Socon.
Huntingdon-based Barker Storey Matthews have recently completed the letting of 3a Little End Road, which comprises of offices extending to 95.7 m sq (1030 sq ft). The accommodation has been taken by trading as.
John Colman, group director of Camb Care Ltd, which trades as Careforce, said: "Our local team is very much looking forward to moving into the new office accommodation. The St Neots operation has grown significantly over the last few years and we have been looking for suitable premises for some time.
"The new facilities will help us expand and better house our office-based management and co-ordinator teams, who provide vital back-up to the carers in the field, and also provide us with a much better space for training carers."
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BSM's Julian Lucas added: "The letting of the above underlines the increasing demand for this type of out-of-town accommodation with parking. The market has seen a slight increase in office demand since the beginning of the year. We expect this trend to continue for the foreseeable future.
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