Local House Builder On The Move
National award-winning Beech Developments is set to move to a brand-new office.
As of Monday, November 13th the company will take residence at Anson House, aptly named to remember those who tragically lost their lives when an RAF Avro Anson N5130 plane crashed close to this landmark on February 16th 1944, killing all five servicemen on board.
Anson House is a sustainable office development, adjacent to the A470, on phase two of the multi award-winning Gwel Y Mynydd, off Narrow Lane, Llandudno Junction. This is the company's first commercial build and marks a significant milestone in Beech’s history as it coincides with its 22ndanniversary.
The stunning new air-conditioned office has been cleverly designed with an emphasis on energy efficiency and is situated in Llandudno Junction’s employment hub. This prime commuter friendly location offers excellent transport links minutes from the A55, national rail line and access to the nearby cycle path.
Commenting on the move a spokesperson from Beech says; “This is momentous week for Beech as we celebrate 22 years in business it’s important to remember to thank our staff, subcontractors and customers for their continued support.
“We are proud to celebrate the completion of our first of many commercial projects and look forward to moving into our own premises.
“This Friday representatives of our team head to London for the 2017 Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Awards Grand Final where we will compete against 11 other project teams across England for the title ‘Best Large Volume Development’. We are proud to be the only company from Conwy County to reach this standard across all 15 categories.”
The contemporary office has capacity on the ground floor for any desirable SMEs looking for a flexible serviced business premises. Adaptable interiors, bespoke design and fit out can be also undertaken. Off road car parking, cycle storage and shower facilities are also on hand.”