Bruntwood invests in pedal power at Cotton Quarter
Bruntwood has unveiled new dedicated cyclist facilities at its Cotton Quarter development in Liverpool city centre.
The newly developed area features secure bike storage areas and adjacent shower and changing rooms to accommodate customers in Cotton Exchange and Cotton House.
The family-owned firm has spent more than £100,000 to develop the ground floor space in response to customer demand and as part of its commitment to encourage healthy working practices among its people and customers.
Candice Flanagan, chartered building surveyor at Bruntwood, said:
“Cycling to work is an increasingly popular choice for hundreds of Liverpool commuters, including several members of the Bruntwood team, so it’s essential that our buildings offer modern facilities for cyclists wherever possible.
“Not only is it a healthier choice in terms of exercise, but it also reduces the carbon footprint of getting to work, so it’s a great choice all round and one that we as a business wholeheartedly support.
“The new facilities at Cotton Quarter increase our overall capacity significantly and will make it much easier for people working in the building to cycle in, store their bike safely and still arrive at their desks feeling refreshed for the day ahead.”