Sheffield security company finds ideal growing space
The Sheffield arm of a national security system repair company which services the UK’s leading retail giants is expanding into larger premises after defying the current economic gloom and experiencing healthy growth.
Surveillance Repairs Ltd has had a successful year providing services to clients including ASDA, Marks and Spencer and T K Maxx and, as a result, has needed to take a second unit at Network Space’s Vector 31 Networkcentre, where it has been based for three years in Sheffield’s Wales Bar adjacent to the M1 and moments from the city centre.
Surveillance Repairs Ltd has a base in Runcorn as well as the unit at Vector 31 Networkcentre and was established in July 2002. The company became limited in November of the same year.
Network Space property manager, Claire Chisholm added: “It’s great to see our occupiers going from strength to strength given the credit crunch and Surveillance Repairs seem to have found a real niche market which is holding strong in the current climate.
“We are really pleased to see that the accommodation we have delivered specifically for SMEs is doing exactly what we had aspired to and is helping younger business to flourish.”
Since its launch in 1999, Network Space has delivered over 700,000 sq ft of high quality space across England. The next phase, Network Village, aims to deliver 300,000 sq ft of employment space for SMEs through the development of six Network Villages within a seven-year timeframe to increase the availability of wider and better local employment opportunities.