A Great End To The Summer
25th September, 2013
In association with Bedfordshire Chamber, the Management team at The Village were delighted to host a gathering of key local business and dignitaries for a networking BBQ to signal the end of summer and to celebrate recent successes at the scheme.
The event which was organised on site in the landscaped gardens was well attended by members of the Chamber, existing tenants and a much appreciated appearance by Kelvin Hopkins MP for Luton North; hot off the train from the Labour Party Conference. There was much to be discussed around the continued economic recovery and how Luton, and in particular, key office schemes such as The Village at Butterfield have an opportunity to tap into increased occupational demand as occupiers consider their options.
This was very much in keeping with the announcement from James Shillabeer of joint agent Capita Symonds that....." following the recent letting to Fuji Sonosite, further space had now been let to University of Bedfordshire further cementing their commitment to Butterfield as a location."
James welcomed the guests and highlighted the Management's continued strategy of providing high quality office space on flexible lease terms on competitive rents.
The key point highlighted to all guests was the energy efficiency of the buildings and the fact that an occupier's energy costs are forecast to be significantly lower by up to 75% as a result of the innovative heating/cooling solutions in comparison to a conventional office. The energy efficient design will also reduce an occupiers carbon footprint by up to 20%.
Further information on the availability of office space can be secured by contacting Ian Leather, Lambert Smith Hampton 01582 450444, or James Shillabeer, Capita Symonds 020 7544 2000.