Landscape specialists move to Bexhill Enterprise Park as next stage of growth
Posted on March 22, 2021
Landscaping specialist firm Cultura is continuing its growth plans by moving today from St Leonards-on-Sea to High Weald House.
The new office building will be home to the company’s business support, finance, commercial and operational teams, complementing Cultura’s state-of-the-art head office in Tilford, Surrey.
Cultura is a commercial landscape contractor which has been providing high-quality landscaping services to the private and public sector for nearly three decades – spanning hard and soft landscaping, arboriculture and grounds maintenance.
Its project portfolio stretches from Northampton to the south coast, and from Kent to Bristol, including public realm projects, urban roof gardens and podiums, high-end corporate developments and educational establishments. This, for example, is the company’s Valley Gardens scheme in Brighton:
“We’re excited to relocate to our new offices in Bexhill,” commented Phil Jones, Cultura CEO. “Cultura has undergone quite a transformation over the past two years, including a complete rebrand and a real focus on quality, communication, people and customer care. This move represents another significant milestone for our business.
“We chose High Weald House because of its glorious views over the East Sussex countryside, coupled with great transport links, affording ease of travel for both our local staff and those from further afield. The new office space better accommodates our support teams and will allow for a more inclusive working environment, as well as helping us to drive innovation and expansion into new markets.”
High Weald House details
High Weald House is a 25,674 sq ft building arranged over three floors. It stands in the south-western part of the Bexhill Enterprise Park, next to Glovers House and near the Combe Valley Way roundabout.
Offices within the building are available to let from 627 sq ft upwards, suiting small, medium and large companies.
Internally, High Weald House has a light-filled atrium incorporating meeting areas and tea points. It has ample on-site parking and is an energy-efficient building — with an EPC rating of A(21) — making the most of daylight and natural ventilation.
Anyone interested in viewing offices in High Weald House should contact one of our agents:
- Alex Hobbis from Dyer & Hobbis on 01424 423 626 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Richard Harding from Bray Fox Smith on 020 7629 5456 or email@example.com
The High Weald House project is supported by East Sussex County Council and the South East Local Enterprise Partnership.
Bexhill Enterprise Park background
In addition to High Weald House, serviced plots on the Bexhill Enterprise Park are available which can accommodate up to 220,000 sq ft of business premises. You can buy these plots to develop your own properties or commission us to develop schemes to your specification.
The Bexhill Enterprise Park is part of a programme outlined in the Rother Local Plan to create a major new business and residential community to the north-east of Bexhill. This is designed to provide long-term jobs and homes to accommodate population expansion in the Hastings and Bexhill area.