Recruitment Matrix Business Park Chorley
The visionary Buckshaw Village project is one of the most innovative and ambitious mixed use projects to be undertaken in the North West of England for many years. It is testament to the fact that the region has fared particularly well despite the global downturn and a number of government and private initiatives have been initiated to keep the momentum going. Economic growth and job creation continues to define the area, which is one of the most dynamic in England outside of London and the South. In fact, the North West as a region is home to more than seven million people contributing over 10 per cent of the UK GDP.
The industrial and commercial centre of the new Buckshaw Village in Chorley is known as Matrix Business Park. Located in South Ribble the park enjoys access to many important transportation links including the M6, just a one mile drive away and three mile away, the M6, which means fast and easy access to the UK's extensive motorway network. More than 60 acres at Matrix Park has already been committed to industrial and office space in anticipation of all the new jobs being created in this dynamic mixed-use development.
So far companies that have identified opportunities within the Matrix Park include Aldi, Barclay & Mathieson, GR & MM Blackledge, Vernon Carus, Inkjet, Stokers Furniture, DHM, Exact Abacus, Lea Hough & Co, JRB Environmental, Lancashire Digital, Speed Medical, NSG Environmental, AK Stainless and Redrow. All these firms are continually in need of reliable personnel, which is creating new opportunities in the region that recruitment firms like Daniel Adams help people take advantage of.
The location of Matrix Park also makes it an attractive regional businesses centre as the park is situated just two miles from Chorley and Leyland, offering swift access to the region's major business centres of Preston, Blackburn, Manchester and Liverpool. In addition to road connections, the area is serviced by two airports, Manchester Airport and Liverpool's John Lennon Airport which can both be reached within an hour. The park is also close to rail links with proposals for a railway station within Buckshaw Village itself.
The high quality commercial development in Matrix Park will be complemented by attractive housing and recreational facilities in Buckshaw Village such as football pitches, basketball courts and a bowling green, as well as a new primary school, a retirement village and a shopping centre. Green spaces will be maintained and there are plans to plant new woodland for future recreational use.