HP takes on more space at Cobalt 21

Lindsey Phillips, HP managing director UK Applications Delivery Centres,  Adrian Hill, director Highbridge Business Park Ltd, Mayor Norman Redfearn and Aiden Baker, director, Newcastle office agency at BNP Paribas Real Estate.
Lindsey Phillips, HP managing director UK Applications Delivery Centres, Adrian Hill, director Highbridge Business Park Ltd, Mayor Norman Redfearn and Aiden Baker, director, Newcastle office agency at BNP Paribas Real Estate.
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The world’s largest technology company has expanded its presence on a borough business park.

The first 120 staff have moved into Hewlett Packard’s new look premises at Cobalt Park after they leased an additional 24,596sq ft within Cobalt 21.

HP already occupies two buildings on the park but has now secured additional space on the second and third floors of Cobalt 21.

Adrian Hill, director at park owners Highbridge, said: “The fact that six major occupiers have expanded by taking additional floors at Cobalt is already a testament to the developments quality.

“HP has now become our first occupier to expand for the third time within Cobalt.”

Matthew Wylie, global real estate at Hewlett Packard, said: “HP’s decision to further commit to the region was supported by the flexible and modern office buildings located at Cobalt Park.

“In addition, the Park also benefits from unrivalled travel links.”