Expansion prompts move to bigger offices for non-profit group

The Community Transport Association has upgraded its existing premises in West Yorkshire, signing a six-year lease on a suite in the refurbished Parkview House – part of Woodvale Office Park in Brighouse.

The nonprofit needed more space to operate, so moved from the 1,600 square foot suite on the second floor to larger 2,250 square foot premises in the same building – owned and operated by Towngate PLC.

Community Transport Association has three divisions – CT Passenger: a transport service that provides contracts for local education, health and third sector organizations, CT Furniture: collection and sale of second-hand items donated to stores in across the West Midlands and Newcastle, and CT Training: which provides transport-related training to organizations in the private, public and third sectors.

Suite 1A is on the first floor of Parkview House, a former silk mill built in the 1800s.

Matthew Haslehurst, Chief Financial Officer of Community Transport, said, “We were looking for a new residence that would meet the needs of our growing organization. The suite is bright, modern and offers the space that will allow us to expand even more.

Julia Ford, Head of Marketing at Towngate PLC, added: “We are delighted to be able to help Community Transport grow within their existing home at Parkview House.

“The move has allowed the charity to relocate to a modern, refurbished, open-plan office which offers the flexibility of a separate training room, meeting room and breakout facilities without finding additional ‘other accommodation away from Woodvale Office Park.’

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