Hanley Court Launch

Posted by on 17 Jan, 2012 in News |

Hanley Court Launch

Hanley Court Business Centre on the A48 at Tidenham, near Chepstow was launched on  Friday 30th May 2008.  Local MP, Mark Harper opened the new workspace, which was redeveloped by organic farmer Lyndon Edwards with support from the Rural Renaissance programme.

Mr Edwards, who farms at Severndale Farm and Hanley Court in Tidenham, said: “This new workspace will not only help local businesses expand but it will give them the support they need. Without the substantial investment from Rural Renaissance, which contributes about a third towards the total costs, the project would never have happened.”

The official opening took place between 11am – 12 noon on Friday 30th May, whilst the centre was open for viewing’s between 11am – 2pm.  Local business were invited to view  Hanley Court, particularly those interested in securing a permanent home for their business or people making their first move from a home office environment to commercial premises.
“As we have 14 offices available, we’re hoping to encourage the growth of quite a self-supporting business community where they can benefit from each other’s expertise and perhaps share common resources.
“This all means local people can build their businesses in their community, cutting down on the need to travel to work and creating more jobs locally.”

To arrange a viewing of Hanley Court Business Centre, please call 01291 622421