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New Worker Bee offices in Romford buzzing after grand opening

PUBLISHED: 12:06 16 July 2018

The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space with David Hodder

The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space with David Hodder

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The Mayor of Havering opened a new office space in Romford Town centre that is designed to encourage businesses to work together.

The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space.The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space.

Worker Bee Offices - in Eastern Road - opened a few weeks ago and has since been buzzing with young professionals.

Councillor Dilip Patel had the honour of cutting the ribbon when the offices opening on Tuesday, July 3 and said: “I’m really proud to have been asked to come along and open the Worker Bee Offices.

The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space.The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space.

“They promise to be an innovative high-quality space just seconds away from Romford station where ingenuity and ideas will flourish.

“They are state of the art, and I’m sure that they will be a very attractive proposition for those businesses who want to collaborate, co-work and take advantage of the strong support that Havering offers its businesses, both new and established”.

The Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space with Richard Ross and David HodderThe Mayor of Havering Cllr Dilip Patel opening the new Worker Bee office space with Richard Ross and David Hodder

The serviced office space 100m away from Romford station includes hot desks, fixed desk space, open plan offices and private offices.

David Hodder, managing director of Respondit - who own the new offices - said: “It’s going really well.

“We’ve had a lot of interest in the new offices, and we had a number of viewings last week.”


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