Geldards announces an exciting new chapter for Pride Park site

Geldards has announced its latest plans for the development of its Derby-based practice.

Following a three month refurbishment of the firm’s One Pride Park offices by Cubo, Geldards will move into a newly refurbished working environment to continue its long and successful association with the city.

This latest collaboration with Cubo follows Geldards’ recent successful relocation in Nottingham to Cubo’s Standard Court facility. The move fulfils Geldards’ strategy of adopting purpose-built office environments for clients and colleagues and supports the firm’s ambitions for business growth and client delivery.

David Williams, Geldards Chairman, said:

“We have worked with Cubo for over a year to develop our East Midlands property strategy. Having successfully achieved our first move for the Nottingham office, it was time to do the same for our Derby practice. Cubo is one of the country’s leading developers of innovative working spaces for progressive businesses. This partnership enables Cubo to continue their impressive record of expansion whilst at the same time delivering a modern facility and professional working practices for Geldards.”

Marc Brough, CEO at Cubo, added:

 “Cubo and Geldards have a brilliant relationship and following our successful deal in Nottingham we are delighted to accommodate them in our new Pride Park Cubo, with works currently underway ready to welcome them into the building in June.  Crucial to Cubo’s success to date has been our strong desire to replicate identical amenities and facilities site by site and we are excited that the Geldards’ team will be able to enjoy exactly the same quality of environment they currently have in Nottingham.”

The refurbishment of Number One Pride Park started in April and is scheduled for completion in late June. The new Cubo offices will feature 18,000 sq. ft. of office accommodation arranged over three floors, with 450 desks available. Geldards will return to One Pride Park at this time to become the flagship occupier of the refurbished building.

During the refurbishment work it is business as usual for the firm and its clients in Derby. Geldards has temporarily taken office space at the renowned Museum of Making in the city and continues to use new technologies and new ways of working to deliver an increasingly agile and responsive service for a client base that includes high-profile organisations across business, public, and charitable sectors, alongside private client work.


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