"I chose Tytherington Business Village as its local to me and offers a diverse working environment which I felt needed an alternative coffee shop experience. "
Andrew Massey, Owner, the Coffee Shop
The Coffee Tree will join a Premier Inn hotel, Springwood pub, restaurant, and a Subway store already on the Park, but offer a new experience for businesses.
It is the second outlet for Bollington-based business owner, Andrew Massey, who has come into the business village with his great range of freshly made food and drink, regular healthy specials and an evolving menu to suit all tastes. The coffee shop also has seating areas for meetings or if people need to get out of the office to relax.
Andrew commented: “I have been looking for the right place to open a second shop for some time and am delighted to be opening in this popular business village. It’s local to me and offers a diverse working environment which I felt needed an alternative coffee shop experience. I hope the Coffee Tree will add something very positive to the current offering to occupiers and residents."
He added, “Orbit have been thoroughly professional in their approach and every question has been dealt with efficiently and with care. Special mention to Benn Dickinson who has been there from the outset, and has been a great sounding board."
Orbit Developments, who own the site, have made a conscious effort to find a trader who fits in with the ethos of the park, which is trying to encourage people to think about wellbeing and work life balance. In the last 12 months Orbit has provided complimentary yoga and mindfulness classes for customers, created an outdoor event space and installed bird feeders to encourage more wildlife.
Tim Ellis, Sales and Marketing Director at Momentum Instore, an occupier on site, recognises the advantages of these new initiatives. He said: “The mindfulness classes that Orbit have put on are great! They are a good opportunity to take time out from your busy work schedule to reflect and focus on your own personal wellbeing."
Benn Dickinson, Leasing Surveyor at Orbit Developments, commented: “Tytherington Business Village is nestled in 43 acres of mature parkland, so it seems only natural to help create a business environment that compliments this to the benefit of our occupiers. We are delighted that workers are taking full advantage of the park and these new health and wellbeing initiatives and we welcome Andrew and the Coffee Tree to Tytherington, we wish him every success.”