About Great Yarmouth Business Centre

FASTOLFF HOUSE, GREAT YARMOUTH

Situated in the town centre, Fastolff House is probably Great Yarmouth’s most prestigious and striking office development. A Grade 2 listed building purpose built for offices in 1908, we have undertaken major modernisation and incorporated modern quality facilities.

Designed by Ralph Scott Cockrill, Fastolff House was designed for the Williment Family to house their financial services offices.
The front facade, which is Grade II listed, is of buff colour terracotta with art nouveau sumptuous ornamental display, with green faience roof tiles and leaded windows. It is in the Mackintosh Style. The exterior has been extensively refurbished with the assistance of Great Yarmouth Borough Council and English Heritage.

LIME KILN HOUSE

Located close to the train station and with on road parking ouside, Lime Kiln House offers 6 modern offices which have the potential to be let as a complete suite or to individual businesses. Offices here are let under the same terms as in Fastolff House. Lime Kiln House also offers modern shower facilities to allow you to freshen up after that lunch time run!

Great Yarmouth Business Centre offers a wide range of modern office and meeting room facilities including: Special lighting compatible with computer screens and flicker free, electric and wired internet sockets around the walls and in the floor of each room. Of course there is also Wi-Fi internet access. Kitchen facilities include a commercial fridge to store food safely until required. Security – Convenient card entry programmed to give you private access during your stay.  If booking regular meetings your key can be retained and we will remotely program it for your next meeting.

Storage at Lime Kiln House – includes pallet and warehouse storage. Contact us to discuss your requirements.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF OUR SERVICES AND HOW WE CAN HELP YOU, CONTACT BEN ON 07939 268589

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