Expansion plans start with move to Portsmouth business park

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A DEAL has been done to move an international company to Acorn Business Park in Portsmouth.

Frontline Communications, a leading telephone answering service moved into the business centre for extra space.

The firm has plans in place to expand and, with the move, there is now less than 3,000sq ft of space left at the Portsmouth park.

Nigel Jones, from Frontline Communications, said: ‘With the expansion of the business, we needed to find a new building from where we could continue to grow.

‘The move from Whiteley to Acorn Business Park has provided us with spacious and modern offices, conveniently located on the outskirts of Portsmouth.

‘We can now offer our customers enhanced services and additional resources.’

Speaking of the space, Tom Holloway agency director of Holloway Iliffe & Mitchell Agency, said: ‘Availability across the south is continuing to reduce and this is starting to have a knock on effect on price.’

He added: ‘Since the beginning of the year we’ve seen increasing demand for office space.’