Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Octopus Energy plugs in at Nottingham offices

Octopus Energy Ltd has let the first floor offices at The Queens Offices on Arkwright Street to house their Nottingham-based sales and acquisition team.

The building is situated opposite Nottingham Station and has recently been refurbished to provide high quality office space benefiting from a modern internal fit out that includes LED lighting and heating/cooling systems with substantial car parking facility to the rear.

The building also retains some attractive architectural features from its beginnings as a 19th century hotel and sits in a prominent position facing Carrington Street.

FHP Property Consultants completed the letting on behalf of retained clients.

Thomas Szymkiw, of FHP’s Office Department, said: “The Queens Offices are a landmark building that has recently been saved from disrepair to offer some well needed good quality refurbished office space to the market.

“After several viewings of options with Octopus Energy it was apparent that The Queens Offices ticked all the boxes in terms of location and specification to house their Nottingham-based sales and acquisition team.

“I am therefore pleased that we have managed to accommodate them in the city – as I understand they were considering other locations as they hadn’t been able to find what they were looking for.

“We now only have the second floor of the property available.”

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