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Simon O'Brian
Simon O'Brian
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  • 22nd August 2012

Liverpool expands office space

Liverpool office capacity is to receive a significant boost with the announcement that Bruntwood is increasing the number of serviced offices it offers in the city centre centre by 20 per cent.

The new space will come as a result of the company’s work transforming part of the grade I-listed Oriel Chambers on Water Street. Following completion, it will have more than 230 serviced workstations. Built in 1864 the Oriel building is considered one of the finest in the city centre - though it was slated at the time it was built.

Zoe Costello, head of serviced space sales for Bruntwood, said: "We have seen a surge in the popularity of serviced offices over the past few years and we are keen to expand our quality offering in this market."

Bruntwood acquired Oriel Chambers in 2006. The serviced offices are set to open in October