Company celebrates new home on fifth birthday

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A city leisure company, which operates 360 play children’s centre is celebrating it’s fifth year in Milton Keynes, after moving to a new home.

DP Leisure has moved into newly created offices and workshops in Linford Wood area while at the same time celebrating its fifth anniversary.

The new DP House premises, at Sunrise Parkway, Linford Wood, have been created from a totally empty office, workshop building, and from here the company will provide central support to the group and its venues as expansion continues.

The new interior has been designed and built in house by DP Leisure’s own staff and now features a reception area, main boardroom and separate meeting room, a design studio, a large open plan office area with adjacent office and other facilities.

The rear half of the building houses the company’s workshops, in which much of the content of the 360 Play venues is manufactured, along with storage areas and an outdoor area. In total, the new premises cover 5,000 sq.ft.

DP Leisure managing director, Duncan Phillips, said: “I’m delighted to announce our move into new offices and workshops.

“We have grown steadily during the past five years and have been looking for larger offices and workshops for some time. From what was literally a shell of a building we have created a carefully designed, modern office space with excellent facilities, including those in the workshop, and we are justly proud of what we have achieved.

“At the same time we have also marked our fifth year in business having opened our first 360 Play site in our home city of Milton Keynes five years ago, so it is a double celebration. I am very happy with our progress and growth to date and look forward to continuing the company’s development in the future.”

DP Leisure can be found at DP House, Sunrise Parkway, Linford Wood, Milton Keynes, MK14 6NU, tel. 01908 670167.

For more details on 360 Play, visit www.360play.co.uk