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Refurbished warehouse space providing 43 business units in Plymouth – offering office and light industrial space.
Located within the Millfields (former Royal Navy Hospital) site, Mary Seacole Road offers 3 buildings with offices and light industrial space to rent. Each spaces comes with a kitchenette, WC and allocated parking, 24/7 security and is accessible.
Creykes Court is a grade two listed building which has been beautifully restored to its former glory, situated within the prestigious Millfields secure site offering office space across four floors. With beautiful surroundings, 24 hour security and an onsite sandwich and coffee bar, this is a great place to do business.
Contemporary office space with instant IT connectivity, our state-of-the-art business center offers an exceptional choice of modern offices across four floors. With high speed internet and the service charge included in our rentals, 24/7 access, onsite meeting rooms and onsite landlords, this is the perfect office space for rent in Plymouth.
Our co-working space located in the Genesis building, is a low cost solution where you can work in an open plan environment.
Through our Meet the Tenant feature we hope you’re seeing the wide variety of businesses that partner with us here at the Millfields Trust. In previous blogs, we’ve introduced you to Animangapop Ltd. as well as Eco Environmental Services Ltd. but today we’d like to introduce you to Community Horizons CIO.
I am Panteli Chaciaras and I help run Community Horizons CIO. Community Horizons has been operating for about 10 years now.
At Community Horizons we have run many different projects that all focus on helping forcibly displaced women from minority backgrounds. All of our projects have a lot to do with education and share the same goal of helping forcibly displaced women with their journey towards education through activities that boost their confidence or allow them to practise their skills.
We first moved in the HQ building in 2021 and since then we’ve only moved to different offices within the building that better suited our needs as we progressed.
We usually have a lot of paperwork and applications to complete along with meetings we attend to stay up to date with what other charities and organisations are doing. The exciting days are the ones where we have events or projects running and we get to set up and run all sorts of exciting things such as dancing, painting, gardening and many more.
As with most charities the most common challenge is funding. There are multiple organisations that apply for each funding bid and although there are many incredible project ideas there is limited funding.Another challenge we often run into is that a lot of our participants have younger children and it’s not always easy to find spaces and adequate help to accommodate that. A forcible challenge of the future would be to identify ways to grow as we progress and run more projects.
It would be absolutely incredible to be able to provide our participants with access to childcare even if it is only for the duration of our sessions.
We still have some of our projects that are continuing all the way through 2023 and based on the feedback and attendance we receive we will be looking at either running new projects or continuing on where possible.
It’s important to have a clear goal and be able to refer back to that. Go through every step of the way and identify how each step has helped you move towards it.
The things I love about Stonehouse is the community created by the local businesses and the strong bonds of people who have diverse backgrounds in the area.
What I love about being a business in Plymouth is that there are always opportunities for us to expand our horizons and meet new people through events happening during the year.
If you’re a business in need of office space, light industrial units, or possibly just a meeting room, head over to Our Premises today. If you already know exactly what you need then please don’t hesitate to contact the team.