Demand for space soars at Darlington's Lingfield Point

Demand for space soars at Darlington's Lingfield Point

North East business park, Lingfield Point, has seen demand for its office space soar in recent months.

The newly refurbished park in Darlington has welcomed a cluster of new creative companies, and the site’s management team is dealing with a growing number of new inquiries.

One of the new companies to move to Lingfield Point is Dickinson Media, a full service marketing agency.

Director, Adam Dickinson, said: “We’ve been in business for nine years and have been going from strength-to-strength thanks to a host of new business wins. It’s an exciting time to be in the industry.

“The way the business is going we would have no choice but to expand further.

“The office space is modern, in a great location and meets our needs, the facilities on-site are a major benefit for our business and we’re delighted to have joined the neighbourhood at Lingfield Point.”

Estate manager, Eddie Humphries, said: “We’re delighted that more creative companies are moving to Lingfield Point.

“We’ve got a range of spaces on offer to meet a variety of needs and our excellent facilities, including 100Mb fibre broadband, on-site concierge service and wonderful café, ensure that businesses here enjoy their day-to-day environment immensely.

“Lingfield Point is an excellent base for business, the location allows great access to road and rail links which means creative companies can quickly reach their clients and they can visit easily.

“Connectivity is key for businesses in the North East and we’re pleased to be able to help even more businesses grow and succeed.”

As well as Dickinson Media’s latest move, national advocacy provider, Advent Advocacy has recently taken up space at Lingfield Point, and Para-Sols - which supports the needs of financial advisers and planners - recently doubled its office space, moving from 500 sq ft to 1,000 sq ft.