RGC Jenkins & Co, International Patent and Trade Mark attorneys with offices in London, Munich, and Bristol have chosen Farnham for their new regional office and intend to relocate a number of professional staff from the London HQ. Additional professional and administrative staff have been and are being recruited locally.
The new office is located in Broadmede House on the established Farnham Business Park and comprises 3,340 sq ft with 17 car spaces. Farnham Business Park is already home to a range of national and international companies including Royal Bank of Scotland, Biocompatibles, Areva and Causeway Technology.
Hugh Dunlop, Partner at RGC Jenkins said “Farnham was chosen due to its excellent transport links and pleasant working environment. It is a convenient location from which to serve the Farnborough technology community and the technology communities of Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire. Following a lengthy search we are delighted to have been able to conclude negotiations on Broadmede House. The new office will enable us to grow our business and continue to offer a first class service to our clients around the world”.
Nick Reeve, Director at Commercial property agents Wadham and Isherwood confirmed that “despite the difficult economic conditions currently being experienced demand for high quality, energy efficient and flexible office space remains relatively strong. It is a fantastic time for companies to expand or upgrade their buildings as landlords are offering attractive deals to secure new tenants, companies are now taking advantage and it is very likely that their will be a shortage of Grade A offices given the total lack of new development over recent years.”
Sarah Wickens, Director of Store Property and owner of the Farnham Business Park commented “we are delighted to welcome RGC Jenkins to Broadmede House. This new letting is fantastic news for the Business Park which offers high quality, flexible office accommodation with excellent parking within walking distance to Farnham Town Centre and train station.”