Cannock is a small town in Staffordshire, West Midlands. Originally a rural community it developed into a coal mining town in the mid 19th century. When the last mine closed in 1967 the town was forced to transform itself again and became a popular commuter town for Birmingham and other cities in the West Midlands.
The town benefits from being located just 20 miles north of Birmingham and 80 miles south of Manchester. This makes it the ideal location for companies seeking to expand in the West Midlands and North West. The town’s railway station provides hourly services to Birmingham New St and Rugeley Trent Valley where passengers can connect to London Euston in the south and Manchester Piccadilly in the north.
Cannock offers a selection of affordable office and industrial space which is mostly located in business parks on the edge of town. This makes them easily accessible from the motorway network with the M6, A34 and A5 all close by. Business owners can choose from self-contained or serviced office accommodation with plenty of options available for growth orientated companies.