Broadcasting House provides two floors of small offices designed to meet the needs of technology users. It's ideal for small firms seeking a prestigious location in Middlesbrough town centre.
The whole of the first floor is used by the BBC for its local radio station, so the accommodation will be particularly beneficial for organisations with close links in communications, although no uses will be allowed which might interfere with the BBC's transmission or reception.
The ground floor (about 10,000 sq. ft.) is used for office, showroom and retail space.
The building occupies a prominent position on the western side of Middlesbrough town centre. It's opposite the central bus station, five minutes walk from the railway station, and just off the A66, providing easy access to all major routes throughout Teesside.
Middlesbrough is the commercial centre of the Teesside area, serving Middlesbrough and the surrounding areas of North Yorkshire and South Durham.
Terms and specifications
Initially, the offices are available on a 12 monthly licence at only half the economic cost. Firms staying in the offices will pay the full rate from the third year. Some car parking spaces are provided nearby.
The charges are fully inclusive, covering the following:
- weekly charge
- water charge
- service charge
- heating and lighting
- reception facility
- use of kitchen
- access to conference rooms.
The offices have:
- fitted carpet
- blinds over triple glazed window units
- flexible strip lighting
- perimeter heating
- facility for small computer installation
- minimum of two wall and two floor electric sockets
- distribution panel in each suite
- conference room hire
To apply for a unit in this building, use the application for enterprise accommodation online form.
Gamini Wijesinghe, Enterprise Manager
Phone: 01642 728410