SiGNAL is part of the exciting regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon which includes a brand new town centre.
Work is underway to create a modern development of shops, cafes, community spaces, and workspace for small businesses that will provide a focal point for everyone in the town. Entertainment venues, a Makers Market, and SiGNAL's coworking and small business workspace will sit side-by-side with retail and residential space.
Bordon Town Centre Progress May 2022
Our workspace is close to where the new town centre is being constructed and in a few year's time, we will be moving into a new building in the heart of the scheme.
Aerial view of SiGNAL May 2020:
An important part of what we do at SiGNAL is community building. This involves building relationships with the wider community, local organisations, charity groups, and our local councilors.
"The delivery of a high quality new town centre will be a huge landmark for the regeneration of Whitehill & Bordon. It will bring new jobs and leisure options to the area and will become the heartbeat of the town."
James Child, Project Lead - W&B Regeneration Company
Town centre opening from 2021
The town centre will open in stages with The Shed opening in July 2021. Here you'll be able to buy everything from street food to crafts and antiques, and the indoor market will include an event space and cafe.
With the opening of the new SiGNAL site (date TBC) micro and small businesses will be in the heart of the town centre. Our coworking, multifunctional shared workspaces and flexible office space will provide local businesses with a convenient and central home in Whitehill & Bordon. Helping put their businesses on the map and opening up more opportunities to reach customers and be part of our vibrant community.
Do you need somewhere to work?
If you would like to be part of this exciting town centre regeneration and are interested in workspace, please get in touch.
"I have recently joined Signal Bizhub in Bordon and have found it to be a very positive community, offering so much more than networking opportunities, there are training sessions, business support, coffee mornings and they have really adapted so well and professionally to the new virtual meeting environment"