Radix has moved to Jubilee Warehouse!


Radix Communications has moved into fantastic new eco-friendly offices in the Jubilee Warehouse on Penryn's Commercial Road.

Radix Communications has moved v1

Our moving postcard, by the very talented Venn Creative.

Last week we said goodbye to the Carrick Business Centre – our home since 2011, when Radix was a wee tiny startup – and moved five doors down the road into the very swanky new Jubilee Warehouse development on Penryn’s Commercial Road.

We’ve got tons of space, both horizontal and vertical, to carry on growing. We also have a fantastic view of the tidal Penryn River, which is gradually obscured and revealed throughout the day as the tide raises and lowers the huge houseboat moored just outside our window.

The building itself is a stunning and thoughtful redevelopment of a 1950s warehouse, and a fully eco-efficient building with PV panels providing electricity, rainwater-flushed toilets, underfloor heating, and a smart electricity meter that lets us monitor our own usage. There’s also a communal area with the biggest table we’ve ever seen, and promise of a piano and a ping-pong table to accompany it.

If you’re visiting Cornwall, or passing through Penryn, do drop in and visit us! The new address is:

Radix Communications Ltd
Studios H and I
Jubilee Warehouse
Commercial Road
Penryn
Cornwall TR10 8AE
United Kingdom

And you can still reach us on our usual number: +44 (0)1326 373592 – or at least you will be able to once we’ve got over some teething problems with moving our line over.

Hope we can welcome you to our new home soon!


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