Start your digital journey in an office with a lively social scene, both during and after the working day
There’s plenty to see and do in Wolverhampton and in Birmingham, which offers world-class shopping, dining and nightlife and is just 30 minutes away. There are also many options for outdoor activities, including Cannock Chase, where you can go walking or cycling, plus water sports options including water-skiing, sailing and wake boarding.
Where is Wolverhampton?
Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough, close to Birmingham, in the West Midlands.
Are there any other grads working from this office?
There are a number of graduates at the office, so you can expect a lively social life, both during and after the working day.
Is it easy to travel and park?
There is a regular bus from Wolverhampton City Centre to the Business Park. Alternatively it is easy to drive, as the Park is located directly off Junction 2 of the M54. There is also an excellent rail link via Wolverhampton station, which offers fast services to a number of major cities. For instance, it takes just 18 minutes to reach Birmingham city centre, an hour to reach Manchester and just under two hours to reach London.
If I move to the area, where are the best places to live?
There are plenty of places you can live close to the office, including Wolverhampton itself. Many locations in and around the city offer reasonably priced housing for rent, including Tettenhall, Codsall and Pendeford. If you’d prefer to live further afield, you could consider Cannock, Telford, Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham. All are easily accessible via the M6 or M54.
What are the options for lunch?
Two sandwich vans visit the site every day: one offers hot food and the other cold sandwiches and snacks such as yoghurts, chocolate and crisps. However, many people prefer to bring their own food, especially as we have a small breakout area with a fridge and microwave.