Orbit Developments
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09.20.2011
Driven relocates in Wilmslow
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Creative agency Driven has taken a 3,842 sq ft refurbishedoffice at 50 Alderley Road in Wilmslow, south Manchester.

Driven has agreed on a 10 year lease with landlord OrbitDevelopments for an undisclosed rent.

Neil Griffiths, partner at Driven, said: “The move to a newoffice signals the success and growth that the business hasachieved in the last three years, and the extent of our ambitionmoving forward. The new environment will provide a great workspacefor our clients and our team.”

Alex Russell, associate partner of WHR, who acted on behalf ofDriven, added: “Demand for high quality office accommodation in thesub 5,000 sq ft region is continuing to rise and South Manchesteris proving to be a popular destination for companies looking torelocate.

Orbit has an impressive portfolio of properties available in thearea and its strong reputation within the market means that theyare able to offer favourable terms for potential occupiers.”

Driven was previously based at Camellia House on Water Lane inWilmslow.

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