BIRCHWOOD Park, the North West’s largest single-owned out of town business park, is delighted to welcome European technology firm CDS, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, to its portfolio of occupiers on the Park.
In an exciting move which strengthens the Park’s reputation as a hub for science and technology in the North West, CDS will be moving into Birchwood Park’s Chadwick House, taking 2,600 sq. ft of space.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary CDS provides installation, maintenance and technical support services for IT infrastructure and the team based at Birchwood Park will form part of its customer service division.
In order to retain business continuity in the Warrington area for its members of staff as part of the office relocation, CDS chose Birchwood Park due to the availability of the space and the high standard of amenities on offer for the team.
With a focus on employee wellbeing being of importance to the business, CDS wanted its staff members to feel suitably supported, and to be able to make use of the wide ranging amenities on offer, car parking options, abundance of green space, and wellbeing-focused initiatives on offer at Birchwood Park.
Martin O’Rourke, Commercial Director at Patrizia managed Birchwood Park, said: “It’s fantastic to be welcoming another global business to the Park, and we’re excited to welcome the whole CDS team once businesses are able to fully return to work.
“We pride ourselves on having been the leading out-of-town business destination in the North West for the past 20 years. Strengthening our hub of science and technology firms is key for us here at Birchwood Park, being at the heart of the Cheshire and Warrington Science Corridor, so we welcome the continued growth in this area.”
In 2018, Birchwood Park celebrated its 20th birthday. Since 1998, the park has almost tripled in size, providing 1.1million square feet of office and warehouse space and accommodating more than 165 businesses in a variety of sectors.