Oil and gas exploration company Rockhopper Exploration has moved into impressive new offices in the heart of Salisbury.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated the letting of Suite 303, Warner House in Salisbury’s Castle Street on a new ten-year lease. The quoting rent was £33,400 per annum.
Myddelton & Major Partner Dean Speer said: “Warner House is an impressive modern office building on a prominent corner of one of the main roads into the city which provides a perfect base for Rockhopper Exploration.
“Rockhopper Exploration plc was established in 2004 and owns offshore exploration and production licences in the waters north of the Falkland Islands.
“It was the first company to make a commercial oil discovery in the Falklands, and today Rockhopper is the largest acreage holder in the North Falkland Basin and also has interests in the Greater Mediterranean region.
“Rockhopper’s new 2,761 sq ft headquarters at Warner House is within walking distance of the Market Square and railways station and alongside the city’s Central Car Park.”
Warner House has undergone major refurbishment and offers high quality open plan office accommodation in suites over four floors, set around a central courtyard garden.
There is a feature entrance reception with a coffee shop and shared meeting space, and the office suites have excellent natural light. Myddelton & Major are working alongside Goadsby of Bournemouth as their joint agents.