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“Teesside’s Teenside” 

Posted on: May 3rd, 2022 by Sophie Kyle

“Teesside’s Teenside” 
Art & Design Students
Middlesbrough College

Thursday 12th May

Between 5pm and 7pm
Inspired by their local area and heritage, Art & Design students from Middlesbrough College will be displaying their work in what will be a truly diverse and intriguing exhibition. From graffiti to photography, mixed media and more, the display will be a celebration of the student’s creativity and achievements.
“Teesside’s Teenside” will be an assortment of various art mediums – a festivity of colour, technique and culture. The student’s are excited to showcase the results of their exploration through styles and methods during their time at Middlesbrough College.
Bridging the collaboration between the gallery and the college, is former student of the Level 2 Art & Design course – Jacob, who will be co-curating the exhibition alongside gallery curator Jodie Athey. Gaining experience through visits to the gallery during exhibition changeovers, has allowed Jacob an insight into the process of hanging exhibitions to feed back to the students and staff at Middlesbrough College.
You can expect to see a young vibrant visual response to our beautiful Teesside in this exciting collaborative exhibition.
The opening offers a great opportunity to meet some of the students & staff and ask any questions you may have about the work on display over drinks and nibbles.
Exhibition runs until Friday 10th June 2022

New tenant – BLANC Cosmetics Clinic

Posted on: April 6th, 2022 by Sophie Kyle

BLANC Cosmetics Clinic based in St George’s House provides aesthetic and beauty treatments including non-surgical procedures, threading, waxing, facials and nails. With a team of three, BLANC Cosmetics Clinic moved into St George’s House in February and haven’t looked back.

When speaking about why BLANC Cosmetics Clinic chose St George’s House, company owner Zahra Khan said: “St. George’s House is a great fit for us, the location is perfect because it’s so central for our clients. The office space itself was another appeal, they’re spacious and we loved the high ceilings, it’s so open and airy, creating the right space for us.

“The building owners Martin and Peter were great from the very start and were really helpful and accommodating. I would absolutely recommend St George’s House for any business that requires an office at great value in the centre of Bolton.”


The Way We See It

Posted on: March 28th, 2022 by Sophie Kyle

“The Way We See It”
by the Gallery Photogroup
Thursday 7th April

Between 5pm and 7pm
 
The opening offers a great opportunity to meet members of the group and ask any questions you may have about the work on display over drinks and nibbles.
The images you will see reflect and embrace the wide interests of members of the Gallery Photogroup and invite you to come and enjoy their view of life through the lens.
The group meet on Tuesday evenings, usually at the Trinity Centre, North Ormesby or via Zoom, so if you’re interested in photography and would like to meet a lively, like minded group, please get in touch www.galleryphotogroup.co.uk

Paintings by Stan Davison

Posted on: January 5th, 2022 by Sophie Kyle

Private View: Thursday 20th January 2022
Between 5pm and 7pm

Exhibition runs from Monday 17th January until Friday 25th February

Stan Davison was born in Dumbarton, Scotland in 1949, but both his mother and father were born in Hartlepool, where Stan has now lived most of his life on the Headland, after leaving Scotland at the age of 17. Stan is a self-taught artist with no art school training, but has been painting since he was in primary school.
 
He finds inspiration in the town’s people and places, but also depicts his own personal experiences to create dreamscapes that combine the real and surreal. 
 
Stan says:
 
“A lot of my work is done from photographs and drawings, but it is put together to form dreamscapes – it is both reality and the surreal.
 
 Many of the paintings are a portrayal of my life and are influenced by chapters and incidents from it.”
 
Stan is inspired by the ‘Old Masters’ like Velazquez and Caravaggio and elements of their work are captured within his paintings.

New tenant: Bespoke Financial Group

Posted on: December 14th, 2021 by Sophie Kyle

Bespoke Financial Group are an award-winning financial protection company based in Middlesbrough and Newcastle. Offering tailored insurance packages, the team comprises of Bespoke, Bespoke Mortgages and Bespoke Health.

The firm is an active member of the UK number one broker network PRIMIS and collectively service over 1000 new families per month.

Established in 2014 by principal Lee Flanagan, on the belief that protection should be honest and attainable for all, the business has grown significantly over the last few years to include over 100 advisors and was even awarded PRIMIS Number One Protection Firm for 2021.

Michelle Carter, Bespoke Financial Group’s operations manager said: “Bespoke Financial Group is ever growing and has been looking for the perfect space to relocate in Teesside for some time. It was important to us to move to a building that had rich Teesside roots along with having up to date facilities to support our team.

“Cargo Fleet Offices has just that – a history deep from being local council offices and not to forget British Steel Headquarters – as soon as we walked in, we knew this was a place for Bespoke with its roots on nearly every wall and the attention to detail in the decor.

“The building itself is located perfectly for our team who are across Teesside, and beyond with great road links. The Python team themselves are extremely welcoming and accommodating to our needs and we can certainly see ourselves growing further here at Cargo Fleet Offices.”

 

 

 


Why you should base your business in Bolton

Posted on: December 2nd, 2021 by Sophie Kyle

Amongst our property portfolio we have St George’s House based in Bolton, benefiting from a great town centre location, excellent transport links and plenty amenities inside including an art gallery and on-site bistro.

But why should you choose Bolton to base your business? We have a few reasons for you:

Increased developments

 Just a four-minute drive from St George’s House is River Croal, soon to be home of the exciting £150m Church Wharf development.

The development will create a contemporary neighbourhood in the centre of Bolton, including new homes, retail outlets and leisure facilities. This boost to the local economy will attract wider businesses, new customers and enhance potential opportunities to existing businesses in the town.

Regeneration

Bolton council has recently committed £100 million to the town’s regeneration, claiming to have already attracted over £1 billion of pipeline investment in residential, commercial, retail and leisure spaces.

You can be part of an area attracting investment and growing prosperity, futureproofing your business for success.

Bolton Transport Interchange

Bolton has many great transport links for individuals commuting to work including the A666 link to the M60 motorway. More recently the development of the £50 million Bolton Transport Interchange has improved the connections between the town’s bus and rail services making it even easier to commute to work.

Ideal location

Bolton is situated just shy of Manchester and Salford, with Manchester a 30-minute drive away and Salford only 20 minutes. With rents a fraction of the cost in Bolton compared to that of Manchester and Salford, our area provides you with cost savings which is ideal if you are a start-up business or looking to relocate somewhere cheaper.

At the heart of Bolton town is St George’s House, so if you want your company to be based in a thriving area on the up, with plenty business opportunities on the horizon, Bolton is the place for you. Contact us about availability via enquiries@pythonproperties.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Why you should base your business in Bradford

Posted on: November 26th, 2021 by Sophie Kyle

Located in the commercial centre of Bradford is our office building, West Riding House. Our rooms come can come fully inclusive, readily furnished or designed bespoke to your requirements with easy-in/easy-out leases available, but why is Bradford an ideal place to base your business?

Business trip convenience

Bradford boasts a highly developed transport infrastructure which is a valuable asset if you travel a lot for business. Leeds Bradford International Airport is just 20 minutes away from our office building and the rail links can connect you to London in just over two hours. More so, the proposed Northern Powerhouse Rail Network will create a range of opportunities for businesses to connect with wider regions and new markets.

Business support programmes

Basing your business in Bradford can provide you with access to exceptional business support and grants. This includes the Assisted Area Status scheme which enables your business access to higher levels of financial public support; a bonus is that this is available for those looking to relocate or even expand into the area.

Great for start-ups

According to the University of Bradford, a study showed that Bradford is one of the best places in the UK to start a business, ranking 15th out of 85 cities in the UK. Within the ranking Bradford was named to have one of the lowest office rental space rates in the UK, we can confirm this is true as our very own West Riding House office rental rates start from just £7.50 per sqft.

If you’re an existing business in Bradford, looking to expand to the area or thinking of building a start-up company, why not take advantage of all these benefits Bradford has to offer. Contact us about the availability we have in West Riding House via enquiries@pythonproperties.co.uk


Record number of new tenants across Teesside office space for Middlesbrough property developers

Posted on: October 26th, 2021 by Sophie Kyle

Middlesbrough property developers, Python Properties has seen a record number of new tenants across their Teesside office buildings.

The organisation’s portfolio of commercial properties within Teesside, consisting of Boho Zero, Cargo Fleet Offices and The Co-operative Buildings, have taken over 25,000 square foot of new lettings in this year alone.

The new tenants who have taken up space include the UK’s number one insurance broker Bespoke Financial, Middlesbrough Council, Echo-U and global engineering company Mott Macdonald.

The new tenants come after Python Properties has invested over £300,000 into improving their three buildings during the pandemic. This includes their most recent transformation of Boho Zero, formerly known as Royal Middlehaven House.

More than your typical office space, each building has a range of amenities including art galleries that can be used as exhibition space, manned receptions, on-site cafes and secure car parking to name a few.

Discussing the recent success, Martin Johnson, partner at Python Properties said: “It has been great to see a large number of new tenants across our three buildings in Teesside, including many new companies and companies from outside of our area, particularly during this extremely challenging time.

“When we first acquired the buildings, they were run down and in need of a major overhaul, we have since worked hard to regenerate each building into high spec office space built for modern day businesses, so it’s great to see local, national and indeed global companies recognising this and choosing us as a place to base their business.”

Partner, Peter Broome added: “We strive to offer more than the standard commercial rental experience whether this be through our flexible lease terms or low service charges.

“We’re dedicated to providing the best service to our tenants and even provide bespoke office fit-outs to meet our tenant’s exact requirements.”

Speaking on their recent move to Middlesbrough, new tenants in Boho Zero, Echo-U said: “We chose to open a third contact centre in the heart of Middlesbrough city centre because it offered so many benefits to the business, including a large talented pool of local people that would be able to deliver the outstanding customer service we provide and a well-connected location.

“Boho Zero was chosen because of its large, modern office interior, central location and added perks for our team including on-site cafe, gallery and parking. Python Properties are a professional and dynamic business partner to work with that have delivered a great office product in a very quick timescale for us.”

Middlesbrough Mayor Andy Preston said: “It’s been the toughest 18 months in living memory, so this is an amazing achievement by a fantastic local company.

“Python Properties are delivering the sort of office accommodation modern, ambitious employers are looking for, and that’s helping to create jobs and prosperity.

“Middlesbrough’s on the up, and success stories like this are building the foundations of an amazing future.”

Python Properties are commercial property specialists with over 25 years’ experience and their portfolio of commercial properties also expands beyond Teesside to include West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester.


“Art from the Barn” exhibition opening

Posted on: August 25th, 2021 by Jodie Athey

We would like to invite you to attend the next exhibition opening at The Heritage Gallery:

                    ‘Art from the Barn’
                    by Lakeside Artists and aim4art
                    Private View: Thursday 16th September 2021
                    Between 5pm and 7pm

 

The exhibition runs from 06/09/2021 – 08/10/2021

The private view is a great opportunity to meet the artists over drinks and nibbles provided by the onsite bistro – Iron Co Coffee House.

Two groups of artists have come together to put on this eclectic exhibition, which promises to be an intriguing display that reflects the diverse work of all the artists involved.

Having the space in the Barn at Hemlington Lake is invaluable to the 2 groups. It has allowed them to meet up and share their work with like minded people and gives them great support and encouragement. And they thank the charity – Tees Valley Community Asset Preservation Trust for preserving the old barn.

The group says:

“Being creative lifts our spirits and we enjoy being part of the rich cultural heritage within the Tees Valley. This exhibition gives us inspiration and a goal to showcase our work as a collective.”

We hope you can make it to the private view and look forward to seeing you there.


“The Journey” by Julia Cutter

Posted on: August 25th, 2021 by Jodie Athey

Julia’s exhibition opened with a private view on Thursday 5th August 2021

Julia says:

“How important have creative outlets been this past year, for everyone? A personal one for me. A need to pass the lockdown and release any built up tensions, a focus for those uncertain times.

I get a lot of pleasure from experimenting with colours and mediums. I have made marks, drawn and painted whatever I saw that captured my interest, albeit a moment, a memory or a scene that made me smile. But all reflecting on things happening around me.

I’m still driven by colour, nature’s environment and this year especially, inspired by local areas.”


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