Birchwood Park welcomes environment consultancy to flagship building
Environment consultancy, The Environment Partnership (TEP) is taking 6,558 sq ft of space at Birchwood Park.
The company has moved from the Genesis Centre to its new base in 401 Faraday St, one of the park’s flagship buildings that provides flexible office suites to meet business needs.
TEP offers multi-disciplinary environmental services supporting sustainable development across the UK, to clients such as Homes England, National Grid, the National Trust and many other household names.
Its teams deliver environmental advice including arboriculture, ecology, planning, landscape design, land management, green and blue infrastructure and sports facility services.
Established in 1997, TEP has remained based in Warrington due to its transport network, including easy access to motorways and cities such as Manchester and Liverpool.
The North West’s vibrant business community has supported the company’s growth over the past 26 years and it now boasts more than 150 staff spread across five office locations throughout the UK.
The company’s new office at Birchwood Park is ideally placed in the heart of the region to support ongoing projects both locally and nationwide.
Associate director, Lindsey Cunniff, said: “There is a strong sense of community on the park, in addition to its sustainability commitments, and these factors played a significant part in our decision to relocate.
“The park’s active travel plan, wellbeing initiatives and high quality working environment were also driving factors behind our move, and the process has been efficient and straightforward due largely to the support of the Birchwood Park letting team.”
Martin O’Rourke, commercial director at Birchwood Park, said: “It’s a privilege to welcome TEP to Birchwood Park. Prior to their relocation, we have worked with TEP to further solidify our ESG commitments and ambition to become net zero.
“Similar to our park, TEP invests in the wellbeing of its staff. We are confident that the facilities and staff support available at the park will be invaluable to TEP and we look forward to working with them as they continue to grow and innovate.”