Warrington out-of-town business park, Birchwood Park, welcomes housebuilder Miller Homes’ North West office to its new headquarters on Dalton Avenue.
The grade A office space will offer non designated, flexible working spaces – giving team members the opportunity to move freely around the office in order to make the best use of the various formal and informal types of workspace which have been created.
Ian Smith, Regional Managing Director of Miller Homes North West said of the move: “We have learned a lot during the pandemic lockdown period about how we want to function as a business in the future and are excited for the change in our regional office location and found Birchwood Park to be in the ideal location with its proximity to major transport routes including the M6 and M62 as well as providing ready access to Birchwood train station. We have planned for the office to capture a more modern and flexible way of working, with no designated desks and being paperless in an effort to support our sustainability objectives.
We aim to foster a more collaborative culture with the various functional disciplines within the business having the opportunity to work more easily together in bringing new projects through the pipeline and supporting our site activities once developments are underway.”
Martin O’Rourke, commercial director at Birchwood Park, comments: ‘Birchwood Park has for over 20 years been recognised as the region’s leading out-of-town destination for business, and Miller Homes’ move to the park further strengthens the network of national housebuilders on site.
‘We’re excited to welcome Miller to our on-site construction hub, and are looking forward to unlocking the potential growth that can come from their presence on the park.’
From their new office, Miller Homes will manage over 10 developments in the region, which includes locations such as Blackburn, Congleton, Warton, Stretford, Clitheroe and Warrington. You can find out more about their North West developments here: https://www.millerhomes.co.uk/locations/north-west-of-england.aspx