Care provider expands into Hereford development

A Hereford care company providing vital services to support vulnerable people has moved into offices developed by Priority Space.

SureCare Hereford has taken on two office suites at Stirling House, Centenary Park, a new development within Skylon Park, Hereford Enterprise Zone. The company plans to use the 725 sq ft of premium office space to provide essential training to staff and a wide range of support services to clients in the Hereford area. SureCare Hereford is part of the nationwide SureCare group. Naz Sen of SureCare Head Office, said: “Stirling House is the perfect location for us to run our Hereford offices from. It is close enough to the centre of Hereford and has enough space for our business to comfortably expand.”

Stirling House in Centenary Park has been developed by Priority Space in partnership with Herefordshire County Council and The Hunt Group commercial building contractors Director of Priority Space Adam Richardson said: “It’s great to welcome a new tenant to Stirling House, especially one which is providing such a vital community service to support local people and families.”

Andrew Manning Cox, Chairman of Skylon Park, Hereford Enterprise Zone, said: “The Hereford Enterprise Zone was developed as a catalyst for investment and job creation so we are delighted to welcome SureCare to our business community as it expands in the county, looking to create more than 100 jobs.”

Stirling House is a high spec 14,708 sq ft office development with suites available to buy or let. It is part of the first phase of Centenary Park, located in Skylon Park, a major development of speculative office, industrial and warehouse units in the Government-backed Hereford Enterprise Zone. SureCare join the Hereford Times and US surgical equipment manufacturer LeMaitre Vascular at Stirling House.