Wallsend refurbishment boost for businesses

Monday, February 23rd 2015
Town Hall Chambers in Wallsend is offering excellent connectivity to businesses in the area.
Wallsend refurbishment boost for businesses
The grade II-listed Wallsend Town Hall has been transformed to create a new space to benefit businesses in the north Tyneside town.

Operator Sovereign Adavo took over the 1908 property last year and began a comprehensive refurbishment programme for the building that included the installation of next-generation broadband services and a wide range of business amenities, the Wallsend Chronicle reports.

It has now been renamed Town Hall Chambers and provides 50 offices, with a capacity for around 200 people.

Mark Black, director of Sovereign Adavo, said: "The building needed a lot of work. It has had a full re-fit, with the installation of fibre optic broadband and ICT equipment, and it was fully rewired."

He added that the former Queen's Chamber - which entertained Her Majesty during her visit in 1954 - has now been transformed into a modern and inviting boardroom for occupiers.

North Tyneside Council vacated the building in 2014 and now operates out of the new Quadrant offices at the nearby Cobalt Business Park.

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