Clarendon’s Chester House Wins BCA Group Business Centre Of The Year 2014

Clarendon Business Centres - BCA award 2014

On Friday 28th November 2014, the Clarendon team attended the annual BCA Awards Gala Dinner at the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel in Piccadilly. A fun-filled evening of lovely food, great company and the occasional glass of wine was completely eclipsed by the big award of the night…

We are delighted to announce that the BCA 2014 Group Business Centre of The Year was awarded to Clarendon’s Chester House in Fulham.

Angela Jude, Clarendon’s London Area Manager, accepted the award and commented:

“We were aware that many of our clients were planning to vote for us but we also knew that we were competing for this award against many other business centres throughout the UK.”

“When it was our name that was announced as the winners, it was a truly wonderful moment and I’m still recovering! Many thanks to my amazing team in Fulham and we are all so delighted that our residents supported us and helped Chester House to win.”

Clarendon’s Operations Director, Candida Woodington, added:

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“I am delighted for Angela and her team in Chester House, it is real recognition for their exceptional customer service and hard work. Business Centre of the Year is one of the highest accolades in the industry especially as the award is voted for by our clients. This is true testament to the excellent service we have provided since the opening of Chester House 18 months ago.”

This is the second time that a Clarendon Business Centre has scooped the main BCA prize with Oxfordshire’s Prama House winning this award in 2012.

“Winning this prestigious award for a second time gives me great satisfaction” says Julian Cooper, Clarendon’s Managing Director. “Over the last 16 years, we have created a business culture around the provision of exemplary Customer Service and to win this award through client testimonials reinforces that we are delivering the very highest service levels throughout our organisation.”

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