19 June 2024

Marie Curie comes to Quadrant House, Caterham

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SHW, on behalf of Tandridge District Council, has secured Marie Curie as a new tenant at Quadrant House in Caterham.

The leading, end-of-life charity has taken a total of 1,390 sq ft (Suites 2B and 2F) at the newly refurbished building, which offers contemporary office space with green credentials in the heart of Caterham. As a long-term occupier in Caterham, Marie Curie will be relocating from their current, dated premises on the outskirts of the town.


Quadrant House comprises approximately 56,000 sq ft across ground floor retail and three floors of office space. Three of the refurbished office suites have now been let, with the remaining space providing flexible options from 643 to 4,553 sq ft.


The frontage of the building includes a new ‘living wall’ fronting Croydon Road. Inside, a new reception has been added, along with new WC’s and showers, as well as a new lift, double glazing throughout, energy efficient VRF air conditioning and LED lighting. The building offers cycle storage, and the car parking provides EV charging.


Thomas Tarn, Associate at SHW and joint letting agent at Quadrant House alongside Michael Rogers, says: “Our client Tandridge District Council has done a fantastic job of refurbishing this prominent town centre building to an excellent standard. The desire is to provide high-quality office accommodation for local occupiers in a town-centre location, and they have certainly done this, providing flexible space to suit a variety of businesses and organisations.”


Located in Caterham town centre, Quadrant House is a short walk from the railway station within London fare Zone 6, providing regular services to London Bridge, London Victoria and the surrounding towns. The building is also well served by buses to Croydon, Redhill, Oxted, East Grinstead and Sutton. And for road access, it is less than a mile from the A22 Caterham Bypass, providing a fast link to the M25 and the wider motorway network.


Marie Curie was represented by Follett & Co.