Park View Business Centre provides modern, serviced office units in an attractive rural setting, on the A530 between Whitchurch and Nantwich and close to the tranquil Comber Mere, on the edge of the Combermere Abbey Estate. The A530 joins the A525 approximately 1.1km (0.98 miles) to the South, which offers direct access to the M6 approximately 20 km (12.4 miles) to the East. Crewe Station is accessible in under 25 minutes and Manchester and Liverpool airports are approximately one hour away. The business centre is located within converted, red brick Cheshire barns and offers a range of office sizes on flexible terms. A central admin support service is available, as well as ample free parking and fibre optic broadband (up to 50Mbs). Offices 3 and 5 are located on the ground floor, off a rear courtyard, to which access is given through the main reception. Each office is furnished and has been finished to a high standard to include separate heating controls, carpeted floors and perimeter trunking. Each office can accommodate three people. The following services are included: Heating (air source pumps) Lighting and other electricity (Cat 2) Broadband & Telephone Cat 5 wiring Shared kitchen facility, cloakrooms and water Cleaning of communal areas Maintenance (internal & external) Buildings Insurance Security Gates and CCTV. OFFICE UNITS - SPACES AVAILABLE July 2015 GROUND FLOOR m2 ft2 Status 3 24 258 £ 375/mth BUTTERY 25 276 £ 450/mth FIRST FLOOR 12/15 104 1124 £1512/mth 29 56 598 £ 880/mth STORAGE SPACE (700ft2 100ft2 available) Superfast Broadband (50 Mbs) Free unlimited parking is available on site. A central meeting room can be booked by the hour or half day. Additional Admin Support can be provided to assist with specific tasks (eg. Expenses & VAT Returns.) The offices are available on a monthly licence agreement, which provides flexibility. Prices include all running costs with the exception of telecoms charges and Business Rates.Rateable Value of each office is £1,300 Rates Payable 2014/2015 £48.2p in the £ However interested parties should make their own enquiries to the local authority.