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Ten reasons to relocate your business to Newham in Truro

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When was the last time you visited Newham? Truro’s riverside business district is thriving with more than 100 businesses and 1,000 people employed in everything from high tech and money management to website design and auto repairs.
Here are the top 10 reasons why you should look to relocate your firm to Truro’s waterside business district.
1. Easy accessibility
Newham is located off the A39 and is only a few minutes’ walk from Truro City Centre, offering fantastic accessibility for your employees and customers.
2. Enviable location
It’s a spectacular riverside location with wonderful walking and cycling routes – Newham & Port of Truro is on the national cycle network.
3. A strong community

The businesses work collaboratively to improve their environment, market their services and provide a safe and attractive place to trade.
4. Fast internet connection
State of the art broadband connectivity – Newham & Port of Truro enjoy all the benefits of superfast fibre broadband – with fibre to the premises (FTTP) connections.
5. High security
Newham & Port of Truro is covered by CCTV cameras including vehicle recognition so any vehicles entering the area have their number plates recorded to help deter and detect crime.
6. Pride in the environment

Through the business improvement district (BID), a company is employed to manage and maintain the communal landscaped areas in pristine condition. Any incidents of litter, fly tipping or graffiti are immediately reported to the council by the BID manager.
7. Brilliant communication
Regular newsletters keep businesses up to date with issues and opportunities.
8. Funded support
Cornwall receives European funding and some of this may be available to businesses locating to Newham & Port of Truro. The Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Growth Hub helps businesses find the support they need.
9. Vision for the future

There are ongoing improvements to make the area even better. Initiatives include resurfacing of the road at no cost to businesses and new directional signage funded by the BID to promote businesses.
10. Wellbeing
Truro was crowned as one of the happiest place to live in the UK in a national happiness index!
To find out more, contact Mel Richardson, Newham BID manager at mel@newhambid.co.uk. Visit the Newham website for the latest updates and offers from businesses. You can also find Newham on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and use the hashtag #finditinNewham.

Find Newham on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and use the hashtag #finditinNewham
Source: Cornwall Live