Four new businesses move to Wilderspool Park

Andrew Cooke

Four new businesses have located to Quayside at Wilderspool Park, the office development on the site of the former Greenall’s Brewery, which has been revitalised by regional property company Bruntwood.

The arrivals include lglobal bank Handelsbanken, international healthcare product manufacturer and distributor Medline, PR agency No Brainer, and enjoy!, a digitally-driven customer acquisition agency.

Once part of the warehouses and halls of Greenall’s Brewery, Wilderspool Park is made up of four historical buildings – Brewhouse, Malt Building, Quayside and Whitehouse – which house an array of companies from small businesses looking for studio space, to large established brands in search of a bigger home.

Located near the village of Stockton Heath, Wilderspool Park is close to a range of shops, bars and restaurants, with convenient road and rail links to Warrington, Manchester and Liverpool.

Handelsbanken is a local relationship bank with a decentralised network of more than 200 branches across the country. The bank will be locating to a 2,840 sq ft office on the first floor at Quayside, which will be the new base for its Warrington branch.

Medline is a leading global healthcare company that manufactures and distributes high-quality medical supplies and equipment with superior value throughout North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Their product range spans wholesale and customised products for general, surgical and emergency care. The business will be based within a 4,500 sq ft office.

Fast-growing PR agency No Brainer is an award-winning business that delivers public relations, social media and content marketing services and has located to a 1,632 sq ft office on the second floor.

Meanwhile, enjoy!, a digitally-driven hybrid marketing agency and sales consultancy, has taken a 1,632 sq ft office on the building’s first floor. The business blends behavioural psychology, marketing strategy and proprietary marketing software to generate leads, customers and increased sales.

Andrew Cooke, regional director at Bruntwood, said: “We’re seeing really strong appetite for our offering at Wilderspool Park and we’re delighted to have welcomed four new businesses, which are all thriving in their respective fields, to Quayside.

“Our team is committed to providing a supportive, flexible service for all our customers, which enables them to make the most of the location and facilities, and we look forward to seeing our new arrivals expand and thrive with us.

“The vibrant mix of sectors and companies represented at Wilderspool Park means businesses benefit from a varied selection of neighbours, which creates a community environment and innovative culture within the park.

“The site’s location is also key, offering businesses a working environment set within pleasant surroundings, coupled with excellent links to the key North West hubs of Manchester, Liverpool, and Warrington.”

Gary Jenkins, director at No Brainer, said: “We’d scoured the North West for the right location for our growing business, and are delighted to have Quayside as our new home.

“Not only is it a fantastic location and fit for our team, but it also gives us the capacity to expand. We genuinely love inviting our clients here and have settled in well thanks to the support of the team at Bruntwood.”

All offices at Wilderspool offer superfast internet, and customers benefit from on-site car parking, a coffee bar, meeting rooms and reception facilities available.