Ivy Business Centre
Ivy Business Centre operates 150,000 sq ft of work space on 3 floors
Ivy Business Centre is a large multi-occupancy business on the outskirts of Manchester comprising of 150,000sq ft of mixed office and storage space on a 4 acre site. Located off junction 22 of the Manchester orbital motorway M60, onto the A62 towards Manchester City centre.
Ivy Business Centre is an independent, owner-managed business centre with over 10 years of experience in business centre & office space rental and therefore it therefore thrives in providing a professional service of the highest standard with particular attention to individual custom based requirements. Our ethos has always been to provide excellent service and value for money. Terms & conditions apply, please review our terms and conditions by clicking here.
Ivy Business Centre has a strong reputation of providing a professional and personal service of the highest standard. Ivy Business Centre is an independent, owner-managed business centre, with over 10 years of experience in business centre & office space rental. Terms & conditions Please review our terms and conditions by clicking here.
The Ivy Mill History
Ivy Business Centre operates from the historical building Ivy Mill in a town called Failsworth and is steeped in history. Failsworth is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham, in Greater Manchester, England. It is 3.7 miles (6.0 km) east-northeast of Manchester city centre and 2.9 miles (4.7 km) south-southwest of Oldham. Failsworth lies within the orbital M60 motorway, which skirts Failsworth's eastern boundary.
Historically a part of Lancashire, until the 19th century Failsworth was a small agricultural township linked, ecclesiastically, with the parish of Manchester. Farming was the main industry of this rural area, with locals supplementing their incomes by hand-loom weaving in the domestic system. Before the War Manchester was the powerhouse of the industrial Revolution, becoming the largest cotton spinning city in the world and the introduction of textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution facilitated a process of unplanned urbanisation in the area, giving rise to Failsworth as a mill town, marked architecturally by several large redbrick cotton mills and IVY MILL was one of them Failsworth's major landmark is the Failsworth Pole—a maypole which occupies the site of several former political poles.
The Ivy Mill itself housed 75 000 spindlers used regularly on a daily basis, to produce 800 000 yards of the cotton at its peak. Production of the cotton ceased in 1939 in response to WWII in order to produce the famous Lancaster Bomber which bought King George to Visit Ivy Mill.