Crewe firm to expand into business park office building in deal worth £3m

Radius will be taking over a 21,500 sq ft building based on Crewe Business Park

A Crewe firm will be expanding into a new office building after purchasing it in a multi-million pound deal. Radius Payment Solutions has bought the 21,500 sq ft Emperor Court building on Crewe Business Park.

The site is partially occupied but Radius will take over the rest of the building as it continues its expansion in the town. Its headquarters is based across the road from Emperor Court.

The firm began in the 1990s, specialising in fuel card provision, and now operates in 18 countries across five continents. It provides a range of mobility and connectivity-related products and services designed to ‘help businesses navigate to a sustainable future’.

Simon Oldfield, director at Radius, said: “Emperor Court is located adjacent to Radius Campus, our global head office, and provides capacity to continue growing our team which is now approaching 2,500.

“Crewe has become a strategically important location for us and our presence will increase again in 2023 with the completion of a further new building on Crewe Business Park which has been purposely designed to house our global telematics business.”

The building’s owner IGP Investments was represented Andy Butler, a director at Legat Owen. He said: “This deal represents yet another significant office transaction in south Cheshire, emphasising the continued confidence in the region from office occupiers and investors.”

Emperor Court sits on Emperor Way, within the 67-acre Crewe Business Park. It is located next door to the ibis Styles hotel.


  • 11:54, 26 JUL 2022

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