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Regus takes over empty Gloucester office building

Regus, the nationwide serviced office space and meeting rooms specialist, is expanding in Gloucester.

For several years the company has occupied the ground floor of the city council's North Warehouse at Gloucester Docks.

Now Regus is also offering office space at Regency Court (formerly Conway House) off of Worcester Street, Gloucester.

The redbrick four storey building was built in the 1980s and has been described as one of the best office spaces in Gloucester. Regus is promoting its convenient central location, saying it is "hard to beat."

The leader of Gloucester City Council ,Cllr Paul James has welcomed the news and the investment Regus is putting into Gloucester.

He said: "The first Regus centre in Gloucester, at the city council's former headquarters at North Warehouse, has been a huge success.

"It's great to see them showing confidence in the city by taking on more space and bringing a long-term empty building back into use. It reflects the move towards more flexible office space in city centres."

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