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05.07.2024
Chorley’s regeneration helps Orbit attract major company to new office development
Author
Lucy Grundy
Internal of new office development in Chorley taken by healthcare company Cegedim

Orbit Developments has unveiled the first of five planned three-story Grade A office buildings at Buckshaw Parkway, and already leased space to French healthcare company Cegedim who have taken 11,281 sq. ft comprising of the top floor and part first floor.  There is significant interest from another two other companies in the remaining 11,730 sq. ft. space, which has now prompted building works to start on the second building.

Buckshaw Village is one of the most ambitious mixed-use projects in the Northwest, encompassing over 2,000 new homes with retail, leisure, and sporting facilities as well as pubs, restaurants, a school and a health centre with ample opportunities for employment. It follows the exciting transformation that is happening in Chorley with £15 million recently invested in a vibrant retail destination in the town centre with a £40 million regeneration proposal in the pipeline.

Tristan De Foucher, MD European Operations at Cegedim, added: “We are thrilled to be part of Chorley’s vibrant business landscape with our new offices at Buckshaw Parkway. The strategic location, excellent connectivity, and the progressive development approach align perfectly with our company requirements. The move to Chorley also matches our willingness to offer a modern workplace that our colleagues will be proud of and happy to work from. We look forward to contributing to the local community and building a successful future in Chorley.”

One of the key factors driving companies like Cegedim to choose Buckshaw Parkway is its exceptional connectivity. As well as being ideally located just a few minutes’ drive away from the M6 (junction 28) and M60 (junction 8), it is situated adjacent to the new railway station, so Buckshaw Parkway offers a convenient transportation hub for businesses. The local amenities further add to the allure of Buckshaw. With a Tesco, Costa Coffee and a variety of local shops just a stone’s throw away, employees have convenience right at their doorstep.

Orbit Development’s Managing Director Tony Jones said: “Just as the building is completed, the arrival of Cedegim to Buckshaw Parkway marks a significant milestone.  We’re delighted to welcome such a forward-thinking international business.  I’m sure this will act as a catalyst for further innovative companies to choose Buckshaw Parkway. Work has already commenced on the second building.  We look forward to the continuing success of the development.”

The office building at Buckshaw Parkway boasts an impressive Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating, aligning perfectly with Buckshaw Village’s commitment to sustainable development. This focus on sustainability reflects the broader ethos of the area, which aims to create a thriving and eco-conscious community with tree lined avenues and parks with cycle lanes.

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