Tech hub announces a trio of new lettings

North West technology hub The Base has reached a trio of new lettings in marketing, online publishing and property services

Eleanor Blackburn
Eleanor Blackburn, business growth and investment lead at Warrington & Co


Technology hub The Base has revealed a trio of lettings to three companies, taking taking total occupancy to 73%.

Based in Warrington, The Base is a 50,000 sq ft facility aimed at SMEs. It is owned by Warrington & Co, the borough’s economic development agency, and is managed by property firm Langtree.

The deals see digital marketing consultancy Vision 51, online publisher Riqueza Group and property services business TFC Homeloans, join the building’s growing tenant roster.

They will occupy just over 5% of the building’s space. There are now 26 businesses employing more than 240 staff in the Dallam Lane premises.

Stacey Marsh from Langtree, who manages The Base, said: “Our tenants are nimble, fast-growing and entrepreneurial businesses and their confidence is indicative of the wider health of the Warrington economy. Warrington is stepping up to the plate again as the north west’s most dynamic business location, just when we need it most.”

Eleanor Blackburn, business growth and investment lead at Warrington & Co, added: “Warrington’s appeal as a hub for digital businesses continues to grow, with The Base as its nexus.

“What’s particularly encouraging is that, as the town emerges from the pandemic it seems to be attracting more high-growth businesses with the potential to transform our economy and skills base.”

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