Why choose an office to rent in Wolverhampton?
Wolverhampton only covers 27 square miles, but it packs a punch. Well-known businesses including Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Wiggle call it home. You’ll find JLR’s multi-million-pound engine assembly plant in the i54 business park – a plant that doubled its workforce size after regeneration in 2015.
Also in the 239-acre i54 business park are Eurofins Laboratories, International Security Printers, Atlas Copco and Moog aerospace. In fact, there’s a thriving aerospace industry in Wolverhampton, with other companies including HS Marston, Goodrich Actuation Systems, and Collins Aerospace also renting office space.
Interestingly, the i54 business park is one of the 19 sites (and one of five in Wolverhampton) making up the Black Country Enterprise Zone. This zone was first announced in 2011 to help companies speed up the process for re-locating here, and encouraging them to do so with tax breaks. The zone has been described as one of the most successful ones nationally, generating over £1.5 billion in investment. Other sites in the zone include the 30-acre Wolverhampton Business Park and Lupus Park.
Some of the other largest employers renting office space in Wolverhampton include Birmingham Midshires and Martson’s Brewery, both headquartered here, and Chubb Locks. But the largest employer in town is the Wolverhampton City Council, with over 12,000 staff members.
By searching for all office space for rent in Wolverhampton on Realla you have access to a range of offices available to rent now in Wolverhampton, and you can also tune your search by the number of people you need office space for in Wolverhampton. Search for Wolverhampton offices to rent today and contact local Wolverhampton office letting agents.