• October 24, 2022

  • Abby Nuttall

  • Wessex Fleet Updates

Last Friday, the 21st of October, was the official opening of Wessex Fleet’s new offices.

Left to Right: Wessex Fleet Director Spencer Blake, MP John Glen, Wessex Fleet Director Simon Naylor, Mayor of Salisbury Councillor Tom Corbin, Wessex Fleet Director Tim McNally.

In attendance was Salisbury and South Wiltshire MP John Glen, Mayor of Salisbury Councillor Tom Corbin and Deputy Lord Lieutenant Luke March as well as many of our clients and suppliers. We’re really pleased to have had so many members of our local community join us in celebrating our new office and the future it represents for Wessex Fleet.

Left to Right: Deborah Lamb, Wessex Fleet Marketing Team, Spencer Blake, Wessex Fleet Director, Deputy Lord Luietenant Luke March, Mayor of Salisbury Councillor Tom Corbin, Salisbury and South Wiltshire MP John Glen, Tim McNally, Wessex Fleet Director, Abby Nuttall, Wessex Fleet Marketing Team.

Located in the heart of Salisbury city centre the new location brings the business closer to our local community and provides our staff with a better working environment.

The new office has just undergone a full refurbishment and we’ve worked with our team to make sure that the new set up works well across all departments and our hybrid working solution. We have two full sized meeting rooms for internal and client meetings, over 30 hot-desking workstations and a brand-new kitchen and space for our employees to eat their lunch and take a break.

Having a modern workspace provides us with a better environment for our team and being in the city centre means that there’s more options for their lunch breaks as well as making it easier for upcoming Christmas shopping! It was important for us that Wessex Fleet’s new offices were in a location that was accessible and offered our employees more benefits than just being a new space – which we believe we’ve achieved with the new office.

As a business we’ve been focused on becoming more sustainable and reducing our environmental footprint and the move has also allowed us to implement a number of ideas to help us reduce our emissions. We’re now offering our employees a car share scheme and money towards a bike to encourage employees to cycle to work. Being located in the city centre also means that public transport is more convenient for our employees and we’ve seen a few already move to getting the train or bus into town rather than driving in.

Left to Right: Tim McNally, Simon Naylor, and Spencer Blake.

Director Tim McNally said: “We’re delighted to have moved to an office that brings the whole team together in a very professional environment.

“Being located centrally means we can feel much more a part of the city as well as reducing our environmental footprint through better transport links whilst also being able to take advantage of the many amenities and services Salisbury’s city centre has to offer.”

Stay tuned for more pictures of our new office and our staff hard at work!


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