New Liverpool Waters flexible space is 50% occupied

Just one month after opening a flexible workspace facility at Liverpool Waters is already 50% occupied. Tony McDonough reports

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Representatives from Peel L&P, IT Answers and Walker Sime at ARRIVE


Peel L&P says its new flexible workspace at No 10 Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters is 50% full after just one month after a number of businesses signed up.

Called ARRIVE, the waterfront location offers more than 60 desks for start-ups and SMEs. It also provides a boardroom, meeting rooms, a kitchen breakout area, and focus rooms where businesses can take a suite from four desks up to 12.

Occupiers also benefit from events and activities including wellbeing classes and lunch and learn sessions, to net-walking and community catch ups. The ARRIVE brand was first launched by Peel L&P at its Media City complex in Salford.

Half of ARRIVE suites in Liverpool are now occupied with recent tenants including cloud service and IT support provider, IT Answers, who have taken two four-desk suites.

Also moving in is multi-disciplinary construction consultancy, quantity surveyors and project managers, Walker Sime. They will occupy two new suites from next month.

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Walker Sime will occupy a six-desk suite and a 12-desk suite, which is the largest suite available at No 10 Princes Dock.

Rebekah Lloyd-Beere, head of ARRIVE, said: “ARRIVE has been incredibly popular since we opened at Princes Dock last month.

“Demand for flexible workspaces, where companies can quickly scale up and down, is currently really high. It’s a great way for small businesses to connect and feel a part of the growing business community at Princes Dock.”

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