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Grade A offices in excellent location.

for a good work-life balance."

The ground-floor suite at Iceni is immediately available. Further terms and details can be obtained from the joint agents: Tom Bromwich on 024 7630 8900 (tom. bromwich@bromwichhardy.com) or David Rigby at 0121 710 4636 (david. rigby@cushwake.com).

BROMWICH Hardy and Cushman & Wakefield have been appointed by Rolls-Royce to market 26,600 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation located within the iconic Iceni building at Warwick Technology Park.

The ground-floor suite benefits from a superb fit-out, four pipe fan coil air conditioning, raised floors and suspended ceilings throughout and an excellent car parking provision of 147 spaces.

The building is ideally located close to Warwick and Leamington Spa town centres and minutes from the M40 motorway, giving direct access to the national motorway network.

The suite can be split to provide accommodation from 12,662 sq ft.

Tom Bromwich of Bromwich Hardy said: "This is one of the best office suites to come to the market in the last 12 months.

"The Warwick office market is seeing a resurgence of interest with demand for quality office buildings coming from the gaming/technology sector, automotive and the professional services sector.

"Iceni is an extremely well-located and well-appointed building, benefiting from excellent car parking and transport communications.

"Currently, stock of this quality remains low in the regional market, and it is buildings such as this that will attract occupiers."

Warwick and Leamington Spa are highly regarded as office locations, with high-quality staff availability, excellent infrastructure and a fantastic environment.

David Rigby of Cushman and Wakefield adds: "Iceni has served as an excellent base for Rolls-Royce and now offers an opportunity for an HQ-style building that is few and far between in the current market.

"The location has been chosen by a number of high-profile occupiers, such as Siemens and it will continue to be the preference of occupiers in the future.

"We, too, are seeing increasing demand from the automotive and technology sectors and stock levels for quality accommodation remain low.

"The property offers fantastic accommodation in a very accessible location with generous car parking ratios. The catchment area is highly desirable for staff providing the opportunity

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