Business park supports Help for Heroes

Posted on by John Cronin

A business park in County Durham is supporting the Help For Heroes charity by hosting a fundraising event in one the huge on-site offices.

The Lingfield Point business park in Darlington is set to host a fund-raising tea break in one of the large office floors with the help of armed services organisation NAAFI. The event will take place at 10am on 6th December, 2010 and the famous NAAFI strong tea will be served.

meadow office floorThe announcement from the publicity team of Lingfield Point suggests that one of the office buildings within the business park has the largest, single office floor plate (pictured) in the UK measuring 100,000 sq ft.

A former wool factory sitting within a 107 acre site, Lingfield Point is the resultant conversion of old factory buildings into a range of serviced office units. Whilst very large floor plates have been made available, hot desking and small incubator offices at around 300 sq ft are also available.

Office space is available in several of the converted buildings within the mixed-use scheme. The Meadow building offers Grade A specification offices along with very large floor plates. The larger offices have been aimed at tenants seeking regional or headquarters accommodation. Current tenants include The Student Loans Company, Capita and Darlington Borough Council.

The recently launched Alaska building now allows the centre to offer hot-desking and serviced office facilities. There are also on-site meeting rooms and free wifi access.

Developers behind the redevelopment are Marchday. Flexible lease agreements are available upon request.

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