SPACES Sheffield welcomes Grey and Green to be neighbours with Olympic Legacy Park

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SPACES Sheffield, the commercial property company, are delighted to welcome Mackenzie Spencer and Grey and Green to their new home at G2, an office adjacent to the Olympic Legacy Park in Attercliffe, Sheffield.

David Slater, Owner and Managing Director of SPACES Sheffield, has long been championing the area of Attercliffe and the Lower Don Valley.  David said:  “Mackenzie Spencer and Grey and Green have moved into the commercial heartland of the city.  It’s an extremely exciting time and we’re pleased that they are here to be part of the continuing transformation of this area.”

Chris Sellars, Managing Director of both Mackenzie Spencer (corporate finance experts) and Grey and Green (an accountancy practice) said: “We are thrilled that our new home is in this prime area of regeneration.  Attercliffe has seen a huge amount of change, redevelopment and investment in the last few years and we believe that by moving here, we will open up both businesses to new opportunities.”

The Olympic Legacy Park is set to be part of an internationally recognised Innovation District for health and wellbeing research and learning.  Around 3,000 people will work, learn and improve their fitness at the multi-million pound 35 acre site with world-class sports, education, health and leisure facilities.

For more information on the other companies involved, please visit:

www.mackenziespencer.co.uk

www.spacessheffield.com