Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Looking for Business Space and Support?

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Looking for Business Space and Support?

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NEW and growing businesses looking to find their perfect property can benefit from the expertise of the region's premier business development agency.

Tyne and Wear Development Company offers support and advice to guide businesses through the challenge of investing in new premises.

For over 20 years, it has been Tyne and Wear's leading facilitator of inward investment and remains a one-stop-shop for any business looking to invest.

Clients benefit from the skills and contacts of an experienced team of investment officers, who work closely with businesses to find properties that match their needs.

Once a potential property has been identified, the company will arrange site visits and provide any other investment support required.

This includes free and confidential advice on matters relating to financial assistance and grants; recruitment and training as well as background information on Tyne and Wear. Paul Buie, manager of Tyne and Wear Development Company, said: "Investors are spoilt for choice when it comes to business premises in Tyne and Wear.

"Our job is to help them find the right one by providing all the support they need to guide them through what can be a daunting process."

Businesses have access to a broad choice of commercial and industrial premises across Tyne and Wear from dedicated incubator units for start-ups to some of the biggest business and industrial parks in the UK.

Among the favoured sites for investors are Cobalt and Quorum in North Tyneside, two of the biggest business parks in the UK with excellent facilities and transport links. High quality premises are spread region-wide with excellent opportunities at established sites including Team Valley; Monkton Business Park and Doxford International being added to by upand-coming developments including Baltic Business Park (Gateshead); Rainton Bridge (Sunderland); and Newburn Riverside (Newcastle).

Paul added: "While there are so many property options for businesses, we're not just about finding sites. …

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