Invisible Systems Relocates to Lowry Mill

| Helen Hallsworth

Vanguard Holdings has signed up Internet of Things services provider Invisible Systems to Lowry Mill in Swinton.

The company has consolidated its offices in Milnthorpe in Cumbria and Huckletree at Express Buildings in central Manchester to take 4,646 sq ft on a ten-year lease.

Founded in 2003 by Pete Thompson, Invisible Systems appointed chief executive Jamie Robertson and chief financial officer Andy Wall earlier this year to take the company to the next level.

The move to Lowry Mill is part of this process and will enable the company to attract and retain talent.

Jamie Robertson said: “This relocation to Greater Manchester forms an integral part of our growth strategy. Lowry Mill provides us with a fantastic work environment together with on-site restaurant and gym, which will help us to attract new, local talent.”

Mark Canning at Canning O’Neill, joint agents for the scheme with Cushman & Wakefield, said: “The refurbishment of this former mill into a modern, high-quality office scheme is simply outstanding. Office Insight designed the fit out and have created a fantastic working environment.”

Mike Lamplough of Vanguard Holdings, the owner of Lowry Mill, added; “Invisible Systems’ decision to come to Lowry Mill is a ringing endorsement, Lowry Mill has become a thriving business hub, as our fourth letting in as many months we are delighted to welcome Invisible Systems to our community.”

Solicitors Hill Dickinson LLP acted for Vanguard.  Bexley Beaumont advised Invisible Systems.