Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Creative agency makes move to Ednaston Park

Behaviour change marketing agency MacMartin have relocated to Ednaston Park Business Centre located between Derby and Ashbourne. The company was previously located at Needwood House in Burton upon Trent.

Ran by sisters Anna and Claire, MacMartin began in 2017, they now employ a small team of creative experts. MacMartin have been involved in delivering impactful campaigns for Staffordshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner and YMCA to name a few.

Commenting on MacMartin’s move to Ednaston Park, Gina Connett, Facilities Manager at Ednaston Park Business Centre, said: “We are delighted to welcome MacMartin to Ednaston Park Business Centre.

“Their team perfectly complement our diverse, growing business community here. We look forward to watching MacMartin prosper within the beautifully unique surroundings that Ednaston Park has to offer.”

Set in 18-acres of landscaped gardens, Ednaston Park was built in the 19th century. Until 2016 it housed the St Mary’s Nursing Home; it was then bought by Clowes Developments in September 2017.

Since then, the developer has invested heavily in the property to turn it into modern office accommodation, combining contemporary styling with many of the building’s original period features.

Ednaston Park now comprises of flexible commercial space in the form of 32 office suites ranging in size from 54 sq ft to 553 sq ft, available as single or multi-office lets. It also features meeting rooms, a break-out area and landscaped gardens.

In 2022, Clowes demolished the old nunnery living quarters at the back of the main building to create a further three units known as Ednaston Mews, now fully occupied.

Recently completed at the start of 2024, adjacent to the business centre is the newly refurbished Ednaston Barns which benefit from their own self-contained plot to the side of the main building.

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