Business centre with bespoke offices, state-of-the-art gym and…

Business centre with bespoke offices, state-of-the-art gym and luxury spa

AN innovative business centre on the outskirts of Bradford where work meets play is celebrating seven years of success.

Brother and sister team Daniel Potticary and Amanda Castle opened Hub26 at Hunsworth Lane, Cleckheaton, just off the M62 at junction 26, in 2017.

There are two buildings to the brand, with the Hunsworth Lane site offering offices, meeting rooms, an executive lounge, and roof terrace, as well as a state-of-the-art gym.

Meanwhile, the nearby Lawrence House building, at Riverside Drive in Cleckheaton, also offers offices and meeting rooms, along with a luxury spa and relaxation lounges, designed for eating and drinking.

As the company marks its special anniversary, Daniel, owner and director, told the Telegraph & Argus: “It’s been a great seven years with plenty of success – of course, there have been some challenges along the way but on the whole everything is going really well.

“Seven years ago, we wanted to create exciting spaces where work meets play – and we think we’ve achieved that.

“By combining a number of things – including bespoke offices, luxury meeting spaces, a fantastic gym and an amazing spa – we’re able to provide our clients with an experience like no other.

“It has been an amazing journey – and I’m so thankful to the local community for working with us to turn our dream into a reality.”

Daniel said “some of the most progressive, vibrant and growth-driven companies in northern England” are based at Hub26.

“I know of clients who work here in the office then go to the gym for a workout or some relaxation in the spa, or maybe go for something to eat and drink and socialise with others,” he added.

“We also offer classes like yoga and meditation to help people’s health and well-being. We’re passionate about promoting a more positive work-life balance and creating an environment people can call a home away from home.

“There’s such a friendly, sociable atmosphere here – it’s a thriving community.”

Daniel, who was born in Dewsbury, previously worked in Cape Town and London before returning to his beloved West Yorkshire.

Looking ahead, Daniel said Hub26 could potentially expand further.

“At the moment, we’re taking stock of where we’re at,” he added.

“Probably in the next year or so, we may have some more exciting plans to share. We’re currently thrilled to be marking our seven-year anniversary and also looking forward to the future.”