Lakeside property in Cheadle

Together expands into neighbouring building.

23 Feb 2017 | 1 min

Following the sale of the 33,000 square-foot No.1 Lakeside building on Cheadle Royal Business Park for close to £6 million, we have confirmed that the building has been acquired to support our long-term expansion plans.

The property was purchased from current owner Ian Pollitt, Cramer Properties, by a director of Together, to facilitate our growth plans.

Kevin Fisher, HR director at Together, said: “Together has ambitious plans for expansion and we need to ensure we have the infrastructure in place to support our increasing number of colleagues.  We are currently recruiting for a number of roles, many of which are newly-created in order to help us meet demand across both our commercial and personal finance businesses, so it’s an exciting time, but it’s essential we look ahead and plan accordingly to accommodate this growth.

“We’re really pleased about the acquisition of the neighbouring property, which allows us to expand whilst retaining our base here in Cheadle.  It’s a long-term plan, however, as there are tenants in the property currently, so there will of course be discussions taking place in terms of appropriate timescales for the transition.”

The sale was managed by OBI Property, in an off-market deal.

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