Global relocation and moving services firm SIRVA has relocated its UK and European head office on Swindon’s Kembrey Park as it continues to expand.
The firm, which has been based at the business park for the last five years, has taken 10,753 sq ft office space in the showpiece Mulberry building, moving from its existing office space at the Apple 3 building.
SIRVA managing director, Europe, Steve Marshall, said: “Our expansion has created a need for more office space and the move to the Mulberry building enables us to accommodate the growth we are experiencing now and our planned expansion over the next 18 months.
“We were keen to remain at Kembrey, as much of our business is along the M4 corridor and into London, so from a location and access point of view, it’s a convenient place to be.”
The 21,883 sq ft Mulberry office building, which is now fully let, is in a prominent location at the entrance to Kembrey Park and provides high specification, air conditioned office space, with a landscaped central courtyard. SIRVA has carried out significant internal refurbishment to the office space to provide its employees with a new, exciting and spacious office environment.
Debbie Marshall, asset manager at Kembrey Park owner Highcross, added: “The Mulberry building’s flexibility, great location and high quality specification make it an ideal headquarters building and following the completion of SIRVA’s programme of improvements, it will provide an outstanding working environment for the company’s current and future needs.”
Kembrey Park has 700,000 sq ft of business space, including office accommodation, warehouse and light industrial units, set in an attractive landscaped site. Facilities include 24-hour security, on-site estate office, meeting rooms and ample parking. An hotel, restaurant, health/fitness club and coffee shop are also located at the park.
Joint agents for Kembrey Park are Swindon firms Keningtons and Loveday.