Housebuilder Persimmon opens North West HQ in Birchwood Park

Chadwick House, new home for Persimmon NW

Britain’s largest housebuilder Persimmon has opened a new North West headquarters at Birchwood Park in Warrington.

Persimmon has become the first occupier of the historic Chadwick House building following its recent refurbishment and transformation works, where 60 of its staff will be based.

Steven Broomhead, Chief Executive at Warrington Borough Council, added: “It is really pleasing that a blue-chip housebuilder is joining our successful Business Park.
Persimmon is now part of a Park which has 6,000 high value jobs and is making a significant contribution to local and regional economic growth.”

The modernised office boasts collaborative workspaces, breakout areas, and access to on-site facilities in EngineRooms and the Alive Well gym.

Rugby League aces Joe Philbin and Arron Lindop were alongside Council Leader Hans Mundry and Chief Executive Steven Broomhead to formally open the office at
Birchwood Park.

Councillor Hans Mundry, Leader of Warrington Borough Council said: “It was great to meet some of the team at Persimmon and officially open their new office at
Birchwood Park.

Ian Hilliker, Managing Director at Persimmon North West, commented: “We’re delighted to have moved into our new, modern offices here at Birchwood Park.
“We’d like to say a big thank you to Councillor Mundry, Mr Broomhead and Joe and Arron in helping us celebrate the formal opening of our new home.”

Martin O’Rourke, Commercial Director at Birchwood Park added: “This move marks a significant moment for Chadwick House, perhaps our most recognisable building
over the decades, as it completes the first stage of major refurbishment work.

“This is further evidence that Birchwood Park is a hotspot for developers across the region and nationwide.”

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