Office Moving Checklist

office movingArrange a moving date and ensure that each member of staff has packed their desk up by that date.

Check the cords you have for telephones and computers, do they need to be longer?

Tell your clients you are moving offices before you move. Also rearrange any meetings around the date of the office move.

Inform the company that designed your website, get them to change the map on your site and the address of your office location.

Start including leaflets with new address in all post so they can see you are moving and they are prepared.

Add a status about the address to the base of your emails, under the signature so your contacts are aware.

Inform any companies and suppliers you deal with that you are moving, they will need to know where they now need to deliver your supplies too.

Arrange for your new telephone number to be put on emails too and re-direct your phone lines once you have moved offices.

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Contact your bank and get them to print a new cheque book with your address on it.

Arrange for new letterheads and address labels to be printed for your new office address.

Order signs to go up on your new office so when people are trying to find you they can see the signs.

Decide how things are to be moved, by a company or buy your staff or will you hire a van or lorry?

These are just a few things to consider when moving office, but most importantly; don’t let the small things stress you out!

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Time To Change…

Time to change

There are hundreds of new locations that can create, expand and improve your business, just waiting for you to move in.

With offices in Cambridge and Peterborough, there is a property suitable for every client. Big, small, convenient or even character buildings are all available for you to have look round and turn your dreams into reality.

Whether you want to change the area, change the building or you have just outgrown your old office then we urge you to have a look at the list of Peterborough and Cambridge properties on offer. There is plenty of opportunity to bring a new lease of life to your business with large potential for retail, commercial and industrial-driven businesses.

Cities like Peterborough and Cambridge are increasingly growing in popularity which makes them both perfect locations to grow your business. There has been no better time than now to relocate to a place for the future.

Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership (GCGPEP) is focused on helping to drive forward sustainable economic growth in our area – with local businesses, education providers, voluntary organisations and social enterprises, and the public sector working together to achieve this. This is great news for anyone considering relocating to Cambridge or Peterborough knowing that something is being done to improve economic growth. This can only do well for you and your business.

Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership has also stated that its goal is to create an economy with 100,000 major businesses and create 160,000 new jobs by 2025, in an internationally significant low carbon, knowledge-based economy balanced wherever possible with advanced manufacturing and services. You too, could be a part of this drive towards a better economy in the area.

It is very reassuring that both Cambridge and Peterborough are focused on increasing the business in and around the cities. Join the team of businesses that are growing with the times and the city. There’s a property waiting for you!

Amazing Offices

Google officesThere are millions of businesses worldwide which means there are also a lot of office spaces that are cool or outrageous or both. Here are a few that have caught our eye that you could turn your Peterborough or Cambridge offices into.

  • Facebook Inc. – We all know Facebook as a company is worldwide so it’s pretty understandable that they have impressive office spaces. The Facebook office is full of crazy designs and chilled out chairs, making it possibly one of the coolest places to work. Mark Zuckerberg prides his business on its relaxed atmosphere and its offices reflect that.
  • Google – Another online super giant, possibly the biggest of them all, and they haven’t held back with their offices either. Very resembling to the ‘Google’ sign itself the offices are splashed with bright colours on a majority of the walls and floors. This vibrant atmosphere is similar to the Facebook offices in that they are modern and just ooze ‘coolness’.
  • Red Bull, UK – This office is set in the country’s capital and also boasts some quite unique features, including a futuristic slide from upstairs to downstairs. It’s definitely a quicker way to get to a meeting. If this wasn’t a good enough way to get from one level to the next, the building also has a rivalled floating staircase too. To top this office off it has a roof terrace looking over London. Not a bad way to spend your breaks.

These are just three of the offices that are known for their impressive interior. Your office can be the same! We offer a number of offices in Peterborough and Cambridge that are just waiting for you and your imaginative workplace to enter them to create the perfect working environment.

Who knows, next year you could be part of this list…