An exciting and comprehensive refurbishment has taken place at South Harrington.
Providing an enviable and totally transformed workspace and offices designed for growing and established businesses and can be adapted to suit your unique needs.
We’re here to make sure you hit the ground running.
With an already thriving business community, you will fit right in.
We can’t wait to show you around, why not book a viewing.
The first dock on the site was known as Egerton Dock, built between 1837-9. In 1839, Jesse Hartley and his son were employed by a separate private company to design two further small basins on the site, known as Harrington Dock and Harrington Dry Basin.
The dock was bought and opened in 1844. By 1858, the dock primarily traded with the west coast of South America. The dock closed in 1972 and has since been filled in. Most of the dock buildings still exist and now form Brunswick Business Park.
Telling the carbon story of refurbishment.
CEG have moved to a green energy supply to ensure we are minimizing our carbon footprint and encouraging the renewable sector
Waste management is an important aspect of our sustainability strategy. We are aiming to hit our target of 100% of our waste is diverted from landfill, and recycle as much of our waste as possible. 67% fully recyclable achieved at present.
Reducing our tenants’ daily travel footprint is an important part of our refurbishment strategy. Each cycle rack and shower facility has the ability to reduce hundreds of car miles per year.
We choose to manage all aspects of our buildings in-house
Unlike others, we have the internal expertise and choose to manage every aspect of each building. In our experience, this simply works better for our customers. By being there, we get to know you and your business, and that allows our team to create a positive experience throughout the whole of your occupancy