In 2003 The Bank of England is to moved its West country headquarters back to Exeter more than 150 years after it left the city marking a return to the city which was home to an office of the Bank from 1827 to 1834. The Bank’s old headquarters, at 18 Southernhay West is also managed by Turner Locker Barnfield, closed when it moved to Plymouth to cater for the Royal Navy.
Having been for great many years the regional office for the South West of England No 11 Dix’s Field Exeter has now undergone an extensive refurbishment bringing it in line with current office space requirements. The space has the a numbers of ‘UPS’ with its own private street entrance and its own cloakroom and shower facilities. Added to this there is kitchen area making No11 a self-contained building ‘within a building’ Although less than 2500 sq. ft. it has all the advantage of a self-contained building despite being part of 11-15 Dix’s Field.
There is a wonderful blend of elegant period space connected to modern open plan office space given the best of both worlds. the real estate equivalent of a ‘resto-mod’ car. Air-conditioning open space and LED lighting but with period elements and features. The recent refurbishment by Heronbay has brought this listed building bang up to date. Space is available to let through letting and managing agents Turner Locker Barnfield and their joint agents LSH. Come a take a look! Quoting rental £44,000pa