5 Reasons To Bring Your Business To Ellesmere Port

In business, location is key. Finding the right location for your business is so important, and we all know how frustrating it can be to find the right office space as well.

While Ellesmere Port might not be the first location that springs to mind when looking for a new office, you might be surprised by what it has to offer.

With that in mind, here are 5 reasons to consider re-locating your business to Ellesmere Port.

Location & Accessibility

To start, Ellesmere Port benefits from being essentially right in the middle of everything, with great access to the likes of Chester, Liverpool and the Wirral.

Chester is only 7 miles away, and Liverpool is less than 15. You also have the M56 which connects directly to Manchester, and there are plenty of options via train. Being right in the centre of all this allows for easy access to the some of biggest cities around, and therefore all of their business opportunities.

This also means that while you have quick access to all of these locations, you don’t have to put up with the terrible traffic and lack of available parking spots that these busy cities normally provide on a daily basis.

Enjoy the benefits of working near these central locations without all the negatives that come with working in the city.

Worker Wellbeing Facilities

A business is only as good as it’s staff, and the key to a productive workforce is to keep them happy and healthy.

Lucky for you, Ellesmere Port has some fantastic local facilities that are perfect for the busy worker looking to blow off some steam.

As far as fitness goes, you have plenty of options including Core Fitness Centre and the Ellesmere Port Sports Village, which features a huge sports hall, 3 fitness studios, cycling studio & gym and 2 swimming pools.

If you prefer to get your exercise with a view and some fresh air, you have beautiful outdoors locations such as Rivacre Valley Nature Park and Stanney Woods, with dog friendly walking paths for those with furry friends.

Fans of golf can also enjoy a great game at Ellesmere Port Golf Club, with a clubhouse to relax with a drink afterwards and a fitness suite for those looking to improve their game.

We often complain that we don’t have enough time for these type of activities, but there are no excuses when all of this is available right on your doorstep.

House Prices & Schools

As far as housing and local schools go, Ellesmere Port has a lot to offer.

According to Rightmove, the average house price in Ellesmere Port is £177,389, compared to the much bigger number of £283,539 just a short drive away in Chester.

If you were looking for a detached property, you would only be paying an average of £277,884 in Ellesmere Port, as opposed to £412,190 in Chester. That’s an extra £130,000 for a property only less than 20 minutes down the road.

With plenty of great areas to choose from, it’s clear you’ll be getting much more for your money in Ellesmere Port.

For anyone with young children, the area has a number of primary and secondary schools with “good” Ofsted ratings, as well as 5 primary schools with an “outstanding” rating.

You also have West Cheshire College, which offers full time and part time courses for those looking for further education. A nearby college with young people looking to get into the workforce could be a great opportunity for apprenticeships too.

Shopping & Retail

One of Ellesmere Port’s most iconic locations and tourist attractions is Cheshire Oaks, the UK’s largest designer outlet village.

The designer outlet offers a huge variety for the keen shopper, with 140 stores on-site, including Calvin Klein, Dr Martins, Jack Wills, Levi’s and The Body Shop. You also 15 restaurants to choose from, such as Pizza Express, Harry Ramsdens, Yo! Sushi and McDonalds.

Across the road you’ve also got the Coliseum Shopping Park, which offers stores such as Debenhams, Next, Boots and GAME, with eating spots like Frankie & Benny’s, Nando’s and Five Guys for dinner.

If you’re looking for a slice of entertainment, you’ve got the Vue IMAX Cinema for your movie needs or Tenpin Bowling for everyone to enjoy.

Whether you’re looking to go on a spending spree or pick up a last minute present, it’s safe to say you’ll find what you’re looking for with Cheshire Oaks nearby.

Pioneer House

Lastly, the number one reason for bringing your business to Ellesmere Port is Pioneer House.

It might sound a bit biased to include ourselves on this list, but we genuinely believe that we offer an experience worth moving for.

Our business centre is situated in an ideal location, adjacent to Junction 7 of the M53, with dedicated on-site parking and only a short walk from Overpool train station.

We offer the full serviced office experience, with flexible monthly terms to suit individual occupiers. We have everything you need in one place, and you can move in right away.

Each office space is fully air conditioned and provided with/without furniture, with data cables and phone lines available so you can literally plug in and get to work.

Our helpful reception team is always on-hand to answer any queries you have or simply for a quick chat, and we offer mailbox services and call answering to all of our residents.

As far as local facilities, we have both a Starbucks and Costa within 5 minutes for the coffee lovers, as well as the Holiday Inn Ellesmere Port for any overnight stays.

We even have fantastic professional meetings room available for hire by both resident and external organisations, providing the perfect backdrop for important get togethers.

Whether you’re looking to stay for a month or 5 years, we have the perfect office space waiting for you. If you’d like to learn more about pricing and current availability, please get in touch with our office manager Pete today.

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