UK Hearing Care are relocating to 103 Dalton Avenue, on the popular Birchwood Park Estate and Roger Hannah & Co have been appointed as Facilities Managers for their new office.
The national hearing aid company are making the short move from their existing Warrington base and have taken 8,685 sq. ft. of office accommodation at Birchwood. The relocation will offer flexible office space and allow the company to establish an Audiology Centre of Excellence, as well as house the Company’s UK Head Office and customer support teams. As part of the Birchwood Park Community, the employees will have the benefit of being in a vibrant business community and access to a host of onsite amenities, such as restaurants, coffee shops and a gym.
103 Dalton Avenue has been refurbished to a high standard and has the benefit of gas central heating, double glazed windows with solar control coating, raised floors, suspended ceilings and dedicated parking spaces. Located at the Northern gateway to the Park, the property is ideally located and enjoys the benefit of easy access to road and rail transport links, ideal for both staff and customers.
Speaking about the instruction, Paul Partington (Director – Roger Hannah & Co) said:
“After talking to UK Hearing Care, it was clear that they wanted to focus on their core business, which is providing a complete service in solving hearing difficulties. In our appointment as Facilities Manager, we will take care of the operational property needs, meaning that their employees can focus on providing their customers with a first class experience and we are delighted to be able to assist them in doing so.”
Mark Harwood, Group Managing Director at UKHC, commented:
“We are all extremely excited to be joining Birchwood Park. It has a real campus feel that sparks a sense of community the moment you walk onto the park. We considered a few options when deciding on the move, but other locations just couldn’t compete with the combination of fantastic onsite amenities with the existing hub of innovative businesses here. The flexibility of the space at 103 Dalton Avenue has allowed us to establish our very first Centre of Excellence. With this space we hope to drive clinical standards and training to new and exceptional levels. As the population ages and the hearing aid retailer market accelerates accordingly, it is important that we have the training and world-class facilities at hand to be a real leader in modern, wearable hearing technology.”
For further information about UK Hearing Care, please see http://www.ukhearingcare.co.uk/