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Lymedale Court Enterprise Centre

Lymedale Court Enterprise Centre
Dalewood Road
Lymedale Business Park
Newcastle under Lyme
Staffordshire
ST5 9QH

Rob Harper, Centre Manager
01782 296530 / 07980 783792
robin.harper@staffordshire.gov.uk

Sharon Poole, Centre Administrator
01782 296530
sharon.poole@staffordshire.gov.uk 

Centre information

Lymedale Court Enterprise Centre is part of our network of 'easy-let' office and workshop accommodations across Staffordshire

Two office buildings of various size units, plus six industrial units, it is managed by us and offers ideal facilities for start-up and small-sized businesses wishing to progress into rented accommodation

  • 21 unfurnished office units 160 sq ft and 320 sq ft
  • 6 industrial units all 600 sq ft
  • On-site centre management
  • Free on-site car parking
  • Offices available on easy monthly licence agreement
  • Workshops available on fully repairing lease agreement
  • Office buildings have maintained communal kitchen and toilets including disabled facilities
  • Meeting room facilities available
  • 24/7 hour access and entry phone system
  • Out of hours security patrols

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