The old County Hall building in Rhyl has been transformed into a business hub with meeting and function rooms.
Behind the development is local Chartered building surveyor Hannah, who graduated from Coventry University, also runs her own firm, Hannah James Associates from Clwyd Chambers. She is being supported with a grant from Denbighshire County Council to purchase equipment to help her kit out the building, renamed Clwyd Chambers.
The business hub will focus on supporting small businesses who may wish to no longer work from home, or may just need to hire a room for a meeting.
Hannah James, said: “The aim is to create a space in Rhyl for businesses to use as much or as little as they need. We are offering all-inclusive rates, flexible terms, furniture if needed, meeting spaces and tea and coffee facilities.”
Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, Leader of Denbighshire County Council, said: “The Council is proud to be able to support the excellent work ongoing at this fantastic new business hub.
“It shows there is confidence in Rhyl. This facility will offer new and growing businesses the chance to expand and take advantage of modern facilities in the centre of a busy town. This will give a boost to businesses in the town and help increase footfall.”
Mike Learmond, FSB North Wales Senior Development Manager, said: “It’s great to see assets like this springing up in North Wales to support local businesses and SMEs. Whether it is in order to hire a meeting room or to take the step and move into an office, business hubs can provide all kinds of support to small businesses.”
The opening of the business hub will take place on 22nd January.