Based at 10 Vyse Street in the heart of Birmingham’s jewellery Quarter, the British Allied Trades Federation (BATF) is home to a number of small businesses from small SME’s and sole traders to national associations, including the National Association of Jewellers and the Giftware Association.
The location, a short walk from Birmingham’s jewellery quarter metro and railway station is also well used by businesses for conferencing, meeting and event activities, and facilities are due to be further modernised in the coming months.
Garry Lane, BATF Commercial Manager said, “We’re delighted to have long supported Associations and businesses throughout their time based at Federation House, and more recently with flexible working arrangements supported by a leading digital infrastructure.”
“After the government’s announcement this week, many businesses may be looking for alternative solutions when it comes to working environments. With development on site planned later this year registering interest now means the programme of work can be influenced to suit.”
On site, businesses can benefit from competitive space only tenancy or make use of the other benefits in place, such as stationery, mailing and fulfilment, enquiry handling, refreshment and dining rooms, and leading IT solutions. Other services are available by request, which may be more relevant depending on the business type and sector.
As part of the programme of development is a series of hotdesking facilities, in addition to protected and self-contained office space for either small growing businesses, or businesses looking to streamline their activities.
Site visits are available; however, they should be booked well in advance and all visitors must follow Covid secure measures.