Shoosmiths helps Regus expand its offering to workers on the move
Real-estate specialists at Shoosmiths have helped Regus, a provider of flexible workspaces, to expand its offering to workers on the move.
The company has launched four Regus Express business centres to meet growing demand for flexible, drop-in places to work. They are located in motorway service areas off the M40 in Beaconsfield, the M25 in Cobham, the M4 in Membury and the A14 in Cambridgeshire.
Shoosmiths partner Nathan Rees worked on a lease between Regus and motorway services and hotel chain Welcome Break at Membury; and senior associate Matt Walker put in place agreements with Extra Motorway Service Area Group at Beaconsfield, Cobham and Cambridgeshire.
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