Seren Group have today announced their plans to expand its Newport head office at Exchange House, High Street, into the adjacent Corn Exchange building, previously occupied by Newport City Council.
Seren have enjoyed a prominent position in the heart of the City for over 10 years and saw the availability of the vacant Corn Exchange, as an ideal opportunity to bring staff located at offices in Devon Place, and Exchange House, under one roof. It will also enable the Group’s recently launched dedicated older persons’s company, ‘Derwen’, currently based at Clarence House, to become more integrated into Group operations.
Amanda Davies, Group Chief Executive said ‘Exchange House is located in a prominent and highly accessible position in the City centre and purchasing the Corn Exchange was a natural step for Seren.
The operational benefits of having our head office function in one location will lead to greater operational efficiency, and the additional space will enable the Group to continue to expand its housing and support services. As well as bringing an empty building back into use, this is great news for our staff, customers and for the wider City centre regeneration, through our partnership with Newport City Council’.
- Closing Date: 25th July 12:00pm
- Salary: £11,409 pa
- Group Member: Reach Supported Living
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