Birmingham-based company ’30 St Paul’s Square’ has made available to UK businesses high quality accommodation for Jewellery Quarter offices in the West Midlands city.
Many UK businesses, ranging from small businesses to major corporates, tend to be very demanding concerning the appearances and features of the accommodation for their offices. However, even those companies are likely to be impressed by the Birmingham accommodation for Jewellery Quarter offices available through ’30 St Paul’s Square’, a company based in the West Midlands city. As the company’s name suggests, the office accommodation it offers is based in the Birmingham area of St Paul’s Square, in the heart of what is known as the Jewellery Quarter.
But exactly what benefits does the accommodation have for the companies that choose to base their offices there? Well, there are many. They include a high level of uniqueness, flexibility and grade A quality in the accommodation, which can provide for a modern and efficient working environment. Indeed, thanks to the accommodation’s high quality finishes and specification, the accommodation scheme is comparable with the best available in the City.
High quality Jewellery Quarter offices for a great variety of businesses
The accommodation’s location should further enhance the appeal of Jewellery Quarter offices to many UK businesses. Their Jewellery Quarter offices would be set in St Paul’s Square, Birmingham’s last remaining Georgian square. Businesses using such Jewellery Quarter offices would hence benefit from ready access to the region’s most comprehensive transport links. Particularly beneficial nearby transport links would include the Aston Expressway and Snow Hill’s dedicated Jewellery Quarter entrance train station.
A ’30 St Paul’s Square’ spokesperson stated: “Our business accommodation at 30 St Paul’s Square includes open plan floor plates which enable the accommodation to be strategically subdivided to contain a great variety of businesses. Furthermore, businesses which establish Jewellery Quarter offices in our accommodation building could benefit from a newly refurbished communal reception and lobbies which have been upgraded with very high attention to detail.”
The ’30 St Paul’s Square’ website is likely to attract more and more attention over the approaching years, as more and more owners of British companies realise the benefits of the World Wide Web (WWW) for assisting them in finding accommodation for offices like the Birmingham-based Jewellery Quarter offices that they could establish thanks to ’30 St Paul’s Square’.