Sciontec secures seven new Liverpool tenants

Liverpool Science Park and The Spine operator Sciontec says the popularity of hybrid working has driven a flurry of new lettings. Tony McDonough reports

Liverpool Science Park
Liverpool Science Park is operated by Sciontec


Sciontec has seen a flurry of new lettings at Liverpool Science Park (LSP) and The Spine thanks to the growing popularity of hybrid working.

Seven businesses, working within the digital, technology and professional services sectors, have signed workspace leases with Sciontec at both sites in the city’s Knowledge Quarter.

Sciontec is a joint venture between Liverpool City Council, Liverpool John Moores University, the University of Liverpool and Manchester property firm Bruntwood.

George Barclay, acting head of property, FM and operations at Sciontec, said: “It is fantastic to be experiencing such a high demand for our office and coworking spaces.

“Coworking options, in particular, are becoming increasingly popular for businesses wanting flexibility from their workspaces. Our range of hot desk options provide a hybrid solution for those organisations requiring a mix of high quality workspaces.”

One of Sciontec’s new customers, MyCardium AI, has taken space at both of Sciontec’s locations. The scale-up the MedTech now occupies a 730 sq ft private office at LSP and holds a Sciontec AI Flexi Space membership in The Spine.

Other new Sciontec AI customers include Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure, which occupies Project Team Space for six employees, as well as Marks & Clerk and Hive Projects, who have all taken up the Flexi Space coworking membership.

At Liverpool Science Park, Inceptial Technologies UK and eLando AD are now co-working space occupiers, in addition to FS Waste signing up for Virtual Plus Membership.

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