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Wyboston Lakes secures planning permission for new office facilities

The space, which will be an extension to the resort’s existing Knowledge Centre, will feature booths, hot desking, break-out areas, quiet spaces, meeting pods and semi-enclosed areas, kitchen and social areas, and meeting rooms

Wyboston Lakes Resort in Bedfordshire has secured planning permission for an additional 11,000 square feet of modern office facilities to provide businesses with a choice of “all-inclusive modern serviced office space”.

The flexible space will be structured and designed to be ideal for organisations that are “adopting new ways of working post-pandemic as well as those continuing with more traditional office usage”.

The group said it is looking to work with a client who wants to create its “own bespoke office design”, for use as either a regional hub, to “exploit the location” in the technology arc that stretches from Cambridge to Milton Keynes, or a medium sized business that is “looking to create its own new head office”.

The space, which will be an extension to the resort’s existing Knowledge Centre, will feature booths, hot desking, break-out areas, quiet spaces, meeting pods and semi-enclosed areas, kitchen and social areas, and meeting rooms.

According to the resort, the space would be “ideal for one large client, or two to three mid-sized clients” – with the ability to have separate entrances, staircase and break-out areas. The space will be available on all-inclusive fixed monthly fee terms.

Richard Smith, sales director for Wyboston Lakes Resort, said: “We’ve been heartened to see both the ongoing commitment of our current serviced office partners, but also the wider demand for flexible office space from prospective clients. 

“This underpins our decision to create further bespoke space at Wyboston Lakes through the development of the extension to our Knowledge Centre.”

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