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On May 26th 2011, a new EU directive and UK Law came into practice regarding cookies.

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Floor Plans

Many suites have a great view of The Hoad Monument, and offer a mix of town and rural views.

Although the Marl Hub is conveniently located, only 10 minutes walk from Ulverston Town Centre, other physical support services include a canteen, custom catering facility, board room and auditorium, with a capacity for approximately 100 people.

Ground Floor

View the Floor Plan (820k)

First Floor

View the Floor Plan (822k)

To arrange a viewing, ask about prices or further information please contact:

Aida Rawlinson
RARPIL
Marl Business Park
Ulverston
Cumbria LA12 9BN
T: +44 (0) 1229 484 621
E: aida.rawlinson@marlbusinesspark.com
Linda Pinnegor
RARPIL
Marl Business Park
Ulverston
Cumbria LA12 9BN
T: +44 (0) 1229 484 648
E: linda.pinnegor@marlbusinesspark.com

What are our current tenants saying?

The offices are perfect as our training base, with great access by road and rail, an onsite canteen and a short walk into town, together with space flexible enough to accommodate varying numbers of people.

Sarah Willetts, Training Manager, Base 3 Systems Ltd

Excellent modern facilities at a great location means a lot to both our clients and staff

David Miller, Managing Director, Miller Waite Ltd

Apart from Marl being our chosen development and manufacturing partner, the chance to take an office in the same environment was a no brainer!

Simon Jarvis, Technical Director, Cresatech

The Hub is professionally run facility for likeminded professional organisations, a great place to work

Jeff Holroyd, Senior Development Executive, Jelf

We have the great fortune of occupying 21st century offices within the Marl Hub with a creative mix of other professional company’s, flexible rental terms and excellent accommodation and facilities for everyone

David Corrie, Director, Corrie & Co

The Hub is a lovely place to work; it’s a peaceful environment, excellent facilities and it’s great to get to know some of the other local businesses in the area

Roseanne Willison-Parry, Willison-Parry Consultants

Lovely offices and great people

Rebecca Kennedy, High Spirits Leisure Group

As a business start-up I can’t recommend the Marl Business Hub enough. The Marl team have been incredibly supportive and the excellent office space and facilities include everything needed for any business to function effectively.

Paul Irving, Managing Director, Skillswork

We love it! Interlinking with you guys makes all the difference

Norman Porter, Managing Director, Technical Moulding Services Ltd