Mick’s Monthly

This month I decided to break with the usual Mick’s Monthly format of me going off on my own and instead, I invited the Finance, Fleet, HR and Admin teams from Cambridge to join me on a trip to London. There were a couple of things that we all wanted to do. First was to spend a bit of time at our current London office and put faces to names for some of the more recent Z-Techers amongst us.

This month I decided to break with the usual Mick’s Monthly format of me going off on my own and instead, I invited the Finance, Fleet, HR and Admin teams from Cambridge to join me on a trip to London.  

There were a couple of things that we all wanted to do. First was to spend a bit of time at our current London office and put faces to names for some of the more recent Z-Techers amongst us.

Then onto something totally new. As you may know, we have been looking for larger premises in London for some time. But it’s been pretty hard to tick all of the boxes that meet our needs: walking distance to a tube line/DLR; plenty of both workshop and office space; heaps of parking and on the North side of the river, is not an easy combination.

The good news is that we are almost through the finish line on an excellent place very close to Canning Town. Blair had kindly arranged to borrow the keys so that we could go and have a look round. We were all massively impressed with the potential – with the right fitting out it will be a dream to work from and make life easier for many of our London-based teams.

Fingers crossed the next news on this will be that we have signed and can get on and make it happen!!

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