Furniture upholstery business takes a seat at business centre

Upholstery business Nesca Project has signed up to a business centre in Tipton.

The company, which specialises in the upholstery and re-upholstery of furniture as well as cars and vehicles, has moved into a unit at Brook Street Business Centre on a three year lease agreement.

Martin Swiniarski, owner of Nesca Project, said: “We specialise in the re-upholstery of commercial and domestic furniture, car seats and bespoke furniture. Moving to the site and finding a home for my business has helped me create a better work life balance and allowed me to build from my hobby to the business it is today.”

Whittle Jones acted on behalf of Northern Trust Company on the letting.

Caroline Jones, regional property manager at Whittle Jones Midlands, said: “Brook Street Business Centre is one of our most popular estates due to the range of smaller office suites and workshop units on offer. It is for this reason that we welcome so many small start-up businesses and watch them grow as the years go by. I wish Martin all the luck in his new venture.”