Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Office Space Is Easy Choice for Web Company

Newspaper article Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)

Office Space Is Easy Choice for Web Company

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Byline: Kelley Price Business Reporter

A GROWING internet company has become the latest tenant to take up space in the Beehive at Lingfield Point.

Easy Web has moved its Darlington HQ to a 2,500 sq ft unit within the development.

The firm has big expansion plans, with offices already in Newcastle and plans for new offices in Leeds and Manchester to open in the next six months.

Tim Moor, general manager for Easy Web, said: "We were blown away by the quality of space available at Beehive and felt it was a natural home for us, as Lingfield Point's ethos of customer focus matches our own.

"With our increasing customer base we needed a great location in a pleasant environment that's easy to access - and with exceptional facilities for our team of 40.

"Lingfield Point is an excellent location. It's at the heart of Darlington's superb transport network, with easy-to-reach road and rail links ensuring we're within easy reach of our other locations across the UK - ideal for our customer base too.

"We have grown from a small start in Darlington to one of the UK's leading internet and web design companies - and have plans for further expansion."

Eddie Humphries, estate manager at Ling-field Point, said: "We are delighted to welcome Easy Web to Beehive, where they will be part of a thriving business community.

"We have been named as among the 'coolest' offices in the North-east and anyone visiting will understand why."

Tim Carter, of Connect Property North East, said: "The fact that such a large internet-based company is moving to Lingfield Point is due to the great accessibility for its customers and the fantastic connectivity the 100MG bearer provides for those based at the business park." Lingfield Point was created on landmark historic industrial site, the former Patons and Baldwins wool factory, next to the site of the world's first railway. …

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