West Bromwich landmark Hawthorns House proving popular

A care in the community business is to move into West Bromwich landmark building Hawthorns House.

Rose of Sharon Care Services has agreed a five year lease with agents Bond Wolfe to take 2,670 sq ft on the second floor.

The independently-owned domiciliary care company has over eight years’ experience in the profession and aims to provide high quality personal support to clients living in the community.

It states: “Our services are designed for adults that through illness, disability or physical frailty are unable to perform the tasks associated with daily life without assistance.

“The aim of our home care workers is to provide a reliable and professional level of service to ensure that the best possible standards of care are met.”

Situated close to both Junction 1 of the M5 motorway and the A41 Birmingham Road, five storey Hawthorns House, comprising around 30,000 sq ft of space, is opposite Hawthorns railway station serving the Midland Metro and the Stourbridge to Birmingham rail line.

Bond Wolfe recently announced that the UK arm of global metals giant Novelis, a world leader in aluminium rolling and recycling, which counts Jaguar Land Rover as a long standing partner, was taking 7,608 sq ft.

James Mattin, Bond Wolfe managing partner, said: “We are thrilled that Hawthorns House is proving so popular.

“It offers refurbished offices which are both versatile and stylish and also features ample on-site car parking and 24 hour security.”