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Cyber ​​security advisory occupies top floor of newly renovated offices

A cybersecurity consultancy has signed a contract for the entire top floor of the offices of the newly renovated Coach Works in Leeds city center.

Pentest People moved its 70-strong team from the premises of the Round Foundry, which it had inhabited for more than 20 years, after it outgrew the premises.

Andrew Mason, Co-Founder of Pentest People, said: “Despite the economic challenges of the past few years, we have seen strong growth within the company, including a new engineering office in Cheltenham. We introduced new products including SecureGateway for home workers, a dark web monitoring service, and the Pentest People Red Team Assessment service.

“Business has grown significantly over the past few months, with projected growth requiring a quick move of our headquarters.”

The Coach Works was created following a major investment by Regional REIT to transform more than 41,000 square feet of Class A work space in the former Federal Chancellery in Building 21 The Calls.

The development consists of two buildings that include current occupants, including St James Place Wealth Management.

The Coach Works is owned by Regional REIT and is part of its UK real estate portfolio valued at over £ 700 million. London & Scottish Property Investment Management (LSPIM) manages the portfolio on behalf of the Regional REIT.

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