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Carlisle, Cumbria

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Milbourne Street, Carlisle, CA2

Our ref: # 4833

This well established office complex benefits from a superb location close to the city centre, but also far enough away to afford a calm and quiet business environment. The 3 storey build...

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Parkhouse Business Park, Carlisle, CA3

Our ref: # 11872

A prime location on Parkhouse Business Park due to its accessibility. Located a half mile from Junction 44 of the M6, and two miles from Carlisle city centre, it is adjacent to the Northe...

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Warwick Bridge, Carlisle, CA4

Our ref: # 5232

Whether you’re a new business just starting out or an established one coming out of a lengthy lease, Warwick Mill offers a variety of “space” solutions designed to meet your business needs a...

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Heathhall Industrial Estate, Dumfries, DG1

Our ref: # 13270

Offices and workspaces available to rent at completive rates with flexible terms to suit all needs. With a wide range of solutions available, this secure and well established centre is idea...

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New Market Street, Ulverston, LA12

Our ref: # 12165

Ulverston Business Centre provides managed office suites to small businesses and organisations. The UBC was opened in 2009 and has been refurbished to a modern standard. The property is in ...

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Area Information

The town of Carlisle lies in the county of Cumbria and is at the meeting point of three rivers – the Eden, Caldew and Petteril. The town had originally been created as part of the fortifications along the Roman Hadrian’s Wall. Over time, it became a major industrial centre, a characteristic that it still displays today. Known as “The Border Town”, Carlisle is home to the University of Cumbria while Carlisle Castle is a major historical site in the town. The Citadel and Guildhall Museum are also important landmarks in the area.

Business Information

The town boasts a thriving commercial scene following on from its rich industrial past. Business consultants and furniture manufacturers work alongside engineering firms and graphic designers in the area. There are software developers and website design companies as well as law firms and accountants in shared offices around Carlisle. Carr’s of Carlisle has a manufacturing facility running in the area as does Metal Box. Eddie Stobart Ltd. has its company headquarters in Carlisle.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Carlisle is a major hub for entertainment. There is live music on offer at Sands Centre Sports Hall, which is also host to other live events including stand-up comedy and theatre. The Stanwix Arts Theatre is the ideal venue for theatre-lovers. There are also plenty of pubs for those looking for a relaxing drink or a lively watering hole. Lake District has some wonderful restaurants and is just a short distance from Carlisle. There are places like L’Enclume, Sharrow Bay, Holbeck Ghyll and The Samling, all Michelin-starred, in the area while Bari is a popular eatery serving a variety of European cuisine.

Transport Information

Carlisle is connected to the rest of England via the M6 motorway, while the M74 & A74 take commuters towards Glasgow, Scotland. The A6, A595 and A69 also connect drivers and transport services to and from the town. Carlisle Citadel Railway Station is a major stop along the West Coast Main Line while Newcastle Airport and Manchester Airport are the closest links to national and international air travel from Carlisle.

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