Five year lease agreed

Cloud firm takes space near parliament

The TunCloud computing firm Cloudreach is taking space in offices near the Scottish parliament.

It will occupy 7,350 sq ft on the third floor of The Tun, owned by the Charities Property Fund in Holyrood Road.

The firm has signed a five-year lease and plans to use the space as the UK branch of its operations centre.

Headquartered in London, Cloudreach is leading partner of Microsoft and Salesforce.  It was founded in 2009 and is involved in planning, migrating and managing mission critical infrastructure to the public cloud. Customers include Channel 4, Nissan, Time and the Met Office.

Other occupiers at The Tun include GMC, BBC, Vattenfall, WWF and the European Parliament. 

Alan Matthews, director, CBRE which completed the letting, said: “It is a fantastic building with flexible open plan floor plates, and is a superb example of the regeneration of an existing building, coupled with striking contemporary modern architecture.”

CBRE represented Savills Investment Management on behalf of The Charities Property Fund.  Cloudreach was unrepresented.


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