Basingstoke: Chineham Park appoints Voltaire for signage upgrade

MEPC Chineham Park, Hampshire’s premier business destination for companies that want to “grow naturally, succeed securely and belong exclusively”, has appointed the Reading-based Voltaire Group to review signage on the Park. 

Rupert Batho, managing director at Chineham Park, said: “We are always looking at ways to improve the Park, including using signage which accurately reflects the vitality and success of our business community. As a local firm, Voltaire is familiar with our environment, but it also has considerable experience working with some of the world’s largest brands.”

The Group’s previous clients include Lego, Legoland Disney, Marks and Spencer and the Berkeley Group.

Voltaire’s Jeremy Hadlow said: “I have lived in the Chineham area for many years and know the Park well, so we were delighted to see the Chineham Park team choose a local supplier. Voltaire has worked on projects across the globe but it is always exciting to design signage we will see personally every day. Our brief is to enhance the welcome into the Park and deliver a fresh approach which promotes the businesses and facilities.”