In order to improve services for the public and handle a growing number of requests for Czech citizenship in the wake of Brexit, Czech Republic have opened their consulate services in Manchester.
The consulate opens its doors to the public on 21st March 2019 with an opening ceremony held by Tomas Petricek the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic on 19th March. The space, owned by commercial property investor Hurstwood Holdings Ltd spans 4,084sqft and is the second Consulate opened in the UK after London.
Andy Park, MD of Hurstwood Holdings comments: “We are delighted to welcome the Czech Consulate and their staff to our office investment in Old Trafford, Manchester. Nexus is an excellent office location, recently refurbished, and it will provide an ideal base for the Consulates services and visitor's in the years ahead".
Hurstwood currently services over 500 commercial customers occupying a range of office suites, industrial estates, retail developments, leisure and medical facilities. Our commercial property portfolio can be found over 100 locations nationwide. For more information visit hurstwoodholdings.com