Belmont Works is a Grade A locally listed red brick and terracotta Victorian factory building built in 1899 as the headquarters of the Eccles rubber and cycle company. The building has sustained a number of uses over the years including the manufacture of linen clothing, bedsteads and pianos. Latterly the building was used as offices for the Co-operative Society from around the 1960s.
Following significant damage caused by a fire in 2007, Goodman are reinstating this important building to its former glory through restoration of the original fabric and careful, sensitive extension to the rear façade to provide 21,248 sq ft (net) of high quality office space for small companies and start-up businesses, a café and Eastside Locks' marketing, management and security office arranged over lower ground, ground, first and second floors.
The building will retain its charming warehouse aesthetic and boast tall floor to ceiling heights, a prominent address within the Eastside Locks development, views from the retained front and extended rear façades and original features, such as the 'Workpeople and Goods Entrance' sign above the lower entrance door.
New toilets, lift, stairs, floors, ceilings and rear façade will ensure that this 19th century building is brought up-to-date for use in the 21st century in what is the next chapter in the former Belmont Works' rich and varied life.
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