Specialist technology recruitment consultancy and recruitment solutions provider, Lorien, has agreed terms for the first floor office space (3,162 sq. ft) at Randolph House, in Edinburgh’s West End, and will move to its contemporary new surroundings 18th December 2017.
The UK-wide consultancy provides technology, change and project management resources across a wide range of sectors including technology, banking, telecoms, finance, pharmaceuticals and utilities, is expanding its presence in the capital.
The new office at Randolph House, part of the Charlotte Square Collection, will enable Lorien to strengthen its roots in Edinburgh and is close to the tram, train and bus routes.
As part of The Charlotte Square Collection, Randolph House also benefits from being part of a managed estate of 22 premium office properties in and around the iconic New Town square and guarantees Lorien high quality specification, exceptional levels of service and distinct sense of community.
Lorien joins tech payment company QikServe at the newly refurbished Randolph House. The ground floor is occupied by new restaurant brand @pizza, taking advantage of the area’s vibrant mix of businesses, shoppers and tourists.
Nick Ball of Corran Properties, which manages The Charlotte Square Collection, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Lorien to Randolph House, where they join other new tenants in this fully let building. The deconstructed design led to strong appeal from companies looking for open work spaces and natural light, while its location suits employers which want to offer their staff good transport connections, shops, bars and restaurants.
“As part of The Charlotte Square Collection, Lorien joins a strong community of businesses from boutique financial services through to health and wellbeing.”
CEO of Lorien, Claire Marsh, said:
“Lorien is looking forward to moving into Randolph House as part of our organic growth in Edinburgh. We’ve called Edinburgh home since 2007 and we look forward to building upon our existing customer and candidate relationships, as well as developing new ones as we enhance and expand our presence in this city. Randolph House presents Lorien with the perfect platform to do this, providing an agile and exciting space for our employees and being so close to the heart of the action and the talented individuals we speak to every single day.”
The agents for the office accommodation at Randolph House are CBRE and Cuthbert White. Savills acted for Lorien. The architect on the project was ISA.