Flexible office provider Orega has appointed a new team for its Bristol business centre at Ten Victoria Street and welcomed its first new clients.

Amanda Blakemore has joined Orega as regional sales manager for Bristol while Polly Hunt has joined as business centre manager. Amanda started working at the Bristol office earlier this month and brings 13 years’ experience of the serviced office sector to her new role.

Polly, who hails from Weston Super Mare, has six years’ experience of managing business centres, as well as five years as events co-ordinator at Bristol City Council’s The Create Centre.

Since Polly joined in February, three new clients have moved in to the business centre. Natural Beverages and recruitment company Wrightson Wood have relocated from elsewhere in Bristol, while Cardiff-based building contractor Astec Projects has taken space while they work on Finzels Reach, the new mixed-use development being built behind Ten Victoria Street.

Orega’s business centre occupies the ground, first and second floors of Ten Victoria Street, providing 27,000 sq ft of high-quality serviced office space as well as a range of conference and meeting rooms.  A total of 200 workstations are available on flexible licences.

Amanda Blakemore says: “We are attracting a lot of interest from a diverse mix of potential occupiers seeking well-located and flexible office space.

The high standard of the built environment, our sophisticated IT and telephony systems and the building’s central location all add up to an attractive proposition for businesses requiring an adaptable workplace.”