Python Properties

April, 2021

Why you should base your business in Middlesbrough

Posted on: April 29th, 2021 by admin

With three office buildings in our portfolio based in Middlesbrough, it’s clear to see we’re big supporters of our home region in the wonderful area of Tees Valley.

Our office space in Cargo Fleet, Boho Zero and The Co-operative Buildings is equipped with art galleries, bistros and state of the art refurbishments with suites that can be designed bespoke to your needs. But, if you need a little more convincing of why you should base your business in the Boro, we’ve got a few good reasons to tell you.

Enhanced opportunities

Not only is Tees Valley now becoming the home of Treasury North, but Teesside is also getting its very own Freeport – which is huge news for the region. Spanning a huge 4,500 acres, the Freeport is set to be the largest in the UK and is situated very near to our Boho Zero and Cargo Fleet Offices.

Freeports can enhance trade and investment across the UK, boost growth and the number of high-skilled jobs and increase innovation in port regions. Research found that the Freeport within the Tees Valley, could create up to 32,000 jobs and add £2billion to the regional economy.

It’s highly likely that many well-known businesses will soon flock to the region, this in turn will create new opportunities for local businesses to connect with big brands, including enhanced tender and bid openings.

Leading the way in sustainable business

The Net Zero Teesside project aims to become the UK’s first zero-carbon industrial cluster, hoping to decarbonise a collection of carbon-intensive businesses by as early as 2030.

Many organisations are switching to a more sustainable way of working, if you’d like your business to be one of them, basing your company in a future green economy is the way to go and Middlesbrough is right at the heart of it.

Hubs for digital and creative

Well known for its ability to enable startups to thrive, the BOHO Zone of Middlesbrough has fast become a digital hub for creative businesses, now joined by our very own Boho Zero – the latest renovation in our commitment to regeneration.

Already home to businesses such as Viral Effect, Boho Zero is perfect for those who want to be at the centre of this exciting area that has already been quoted as ‘Middlesbrough’s Silicone Valley’.

Great transport links

With a train that now runs from Middlesbrough to London Kings Cross, Teesside Airport close by and major routes including the A19 and A66 surrounding all three of our offices in Middlesbrough, you’ll never have trouble getting where you need to go.

The vast transport options available, ensure organisations in the region can do business across the nation without the need to worry about transport.

If you would like to find out more about the availability we have in Cargo Fleet Offices, Boho Zero and The Co-operative Buildings, don’t hesitate to contact us via

New Tenant – Hypno Jo

Posted on: April 19th, 2021 by admin

Established four years ago, Hypno Jo is a clinical hypnotherapist based in Cargo Fleet Offices in Middlesbrough. Using a range of hypnosis methods to treat conditions or change habits, Jo supports her clients to make real change in their lives.

Why was Cargo Fleet Offices an attractive place to base the business?
Cargo Fleet is a beautiful building; it is well presented and has secure parking and 24/hr access which I required for my business for late night sessions.

What have you been most impressed with?
“The team at Cargo Fleet are super helpful and accommodating. Plus, the buildings décor and history is a focal point with my clients, as it allows me to break the ice.

“The café and gallery located within the building are an added bonus.”

Would you recommend Cargo fleet to businesses?

“I would absolutely recommend Cargo Fleet to any business, the location is ideal being in the middle of two boroughs, and it’s just off the A66. It’s easy to give directions to clients.”

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First exhibition of 2021

Posted on: April 13th, 2021 by admin

We are looking forward to opening the doors of the gallery soon after what has been a very long time in lockdown with the first exhibition of 2021:

“Instrumental Art” by Photographic Artist David Griffiths.

David Griffiths is a photographic artist based in Teesside. His Digital artworks are a blend of true representation and stylistic interpretation.

David explores the complex aspects of perspectives and dimension within his work, experimenting with vibrant and dynamic colours, subtle use of light, shadow and reflections and a variety of mediums, to create intriguing mixed media pieces.

His multi-dimensional pieces are inspired by geometric forms and dynamic shapes found within nature and architecture and he explores pattern, colour and texture to create pieces that merge between reality and abstraction.

The onsite bistro – Iron Co Coffee House are preparing to reopen for takeaways in a couple of weeks time. The exhibition will not officially be open as a physical show for gatherings, but artwork can be viewed whilst grabbing yourself a cuppa or bite to eat. Please stick to government guidelines of social distancing and face masks.

Please visit The Heritage Gallery Facebook page HERE for updates.

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