Works costing more than £1.3m will deliver raised floors, air con, showers and cycle facilities
We are undertaking a significant refurbishment programme at Chesterfield’s The HQ office building, formerly known as Rowland Hill House.
Totalling an investment of more than £1.3 million, our refurbishment works comprise an extensive refurbishment of the office accommodation to include a Grade A specification of raised floors and air conditioning.
Keen to enhance the offering for employees choosing a greener commute, we have also installed new showers and cycle facilities to cater to those who cycle to work.
The HQ workers will also enjoy a new entrance and reception area with communal meeting rooms. Works are due to complete in November 2019.
About The HQ
Formerly home to the Royal Mail, the HQ comprises an imposing four-storey office building totalling 44,000 sq ft. The floor plates total 11,000 sq ft and are the largest available within the town and wider region.
With a pre-let already agreed for the third floor, the building can now accommodate requirements ranging from 5,000 – 33,000 sq ft.
The offices also benefit from 150 on-site car spaces as well as cycle storage. HQ is located within a 10-minute walk of Chesterfield Town Centre on Boythorpe Road, just off the A61/A617 roundabout, and is within a 40-minute drive of Sheffield, Derby and Nottingham. Chesterfield Railway Station is located on the Midland Main Line, providing services across the UK.