Braintree: Skyline Business Centre aims to boost growth and start-ups

A NEW complex offering modern office facilities for small businesses and start-ups has been launched near Braintree.

The Skyline Business Centre at Great Notley was officially opened by Janet Money chairman of Braintree District Council, together with Barry Barnes managing director at the centre.

The centre, on the Skyline Business Park, offers flexibly sized room space, ready to go phone and internet, reception and office support, free parking, kitchen facilities and meeting room with video conferencing.

Offices are available on short or medium term licences at an all-in-one price including furniture, power, telephone, internet and parking.

Barry Barnes said: “We have used our expertise in office refurbishment to create quality office space, with easy in/out terms, perfectly suited for the start up market and small businesses.


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“Those who come on board early will enjoy the benefits of working with Barnes Interiors, the parent company, in the design of their perfect office space.”

Janet Money said that supporting local business and creating more business start-up units were priorities for Braintree District Council.

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Over the past year the council had worked closely with Business Development Services and Business Enterprise Agency Units to deliver a sustainable enterprise service.

From surveys of home based businesses and through talking to other small to medium sized enterprises the council recognised a demand for flexible office space, of good quality that could be used by businesses looking to expand gradually without incurring too much risk.

”At Braintree District Council we want to help small businesses to flourish and grow as we recognise they are the core of our local economy,” she added.

“Our district needs modern, well-connected business premises like this to stimulate this growth and so I am delighted to be opening the Skyline Business Centre today. I’m sure it will be much in demand and I wish the venture every success.”

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