As the new occupier at The Repeater Station at Norman Cross, London Road, Broster Buchanan has moved from serviced offices in Peterborough from where it had been serving its Cambridge and South East regional client base since 2015.
Earlier this year (2018), after presenting its office requirements to Barker Storey Matthews, Broster Buchanan began negotiations to secure the tenancy of another office in Peterborough.
Mindful of Broster Buchanan’s requirements, when Barker Storey Matthews was instructed by TVM Architects to let its surplus space in its newly built offices, the property agent saw a natural fit between the two firms in marrying the available space with the type and style of accommodation sought.
Andrew Broster, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Broster Buchanan, explains further, “Since first presenting our office requirements to Barker Storey Matthews, we’d kept in touch with Richard Jones.
“The Repeater Station is a unique building, built - and named - after the disused British Telecom building that was demolished and replaced last year (2017) by the modern, barn-influenced office studio building. To add to its history, it’s opposite the Norman Cross site and the monument commemorating the former Napoleonic prisoner of war camp that once stood on the site which is now a field.
"Moreover, it’s right next to the Norman Cross junction of the A1(M) which is a perfect location for our regional client reach.
“All these elements were bound to appeal to us, so when Richard Jones approached us on behalf of his client - now our landlord - and presented us with The Repeater Station for consideration, we knew our wait for the right office had been worth it.”
For more information on office availability in Peterborough and the surrounding area, please contact Richard Jones at Barker Storey Matthews in the city, tel 01733 897722 or see bsm.uk.com.