Phoenix Enterprise Centre (PEC) offers over 40,000 square feet of workspace accommodation in the former CO-OP buildings (Flour Mill, Dairy, and Abattoir) and Phoenix Court situated around the Cleator Moor town square. The business spaces available range from small and medium workshops to large office suites, and offer generous opportunities for start-up businesses, businesses upscaling, or downsizing. The site is ideally located only 10 minutes from Westlake’s Science and Technology Park, and Sellafield, and only 15 minutes to Whitehaven via the main bus route.
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All our accommodation benefits from free parking in the car parks in the town. This is made possible via a tripartite agreement between PEC, Regen Northeast, Copeland, and Cleator Moor Town Council who rent the car parks from the Borough Council and return them for free.
All accommodation is available on an ‘easy in easy out’ occupancy agreement, allowing tenants the flexibility of immediately accessing available accommodation and requiring only one month’s notice of intention to leave. Conference and meeting rooms are also available at a unique flexible hourly rate, so you only pay for the time you need.
What Phoenix Enterprise Centre offers is much more than just a workplace. It is an established, professional business centre and community hub with experienced onsite staff.
PEC currently houses 30 Businesses across its property portfolio, with over 240 people employed. From sole traders, micro-businesses, and SMEs to established national organisations, all integrated within a very diverse working environment.
Scrufffy Dog Media became a tenant of Phoenix Enterprise Centre in 2011 after being attracted by:
“…the location, secure modern office spaces, competitive rates and well run reception area, which creates a more professional edge for visiting clients”.
Since then they have employed two new staff members and are currently looking into taking on an apprentice. They have also adapted one of their office spaces into a high-tech ‘4K’ editing suite.
Company Director, Lorna Hardy, particularly likes the sense of community that Phoenix Enterprise Centre offers she said:
“There is a lovely working atmosphere, with a diverse mix of businesses which benefit from sharing knowledge and experience with each other, alongside having on tap advice from Operations Manager, Joanne.”