Published Wednesday, 19 May 2021
The Borough Council and partners stand ready to offer support to local Cadent employees affected by the company’s recent announcement to close its Hinckley office and relocate to Ansty Business Park.
Cadent has launched a staff consultation on proposals to relocate all staff from its Hinckley office to a new purpose-built office at Ansty Business Park, near Coventry. The company has confirmed there will be no job losses as a result of the relocation.
Council Leader Stuart Bray said:
We are disappointed to hear Cadent intend to relocate its base from Hinckley to Ansty which is a real blow to the town, but I can confirm the council stand ready to engage with its partners and with the company to offer help and support to any Cadent employees directly impacted from these changes and to minimise disruption to local workers. We will also continue discussions with Cadent around the future of this large town centre site and seek reassurance of job retention going forward.
Bill Cullen, Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council’s Chief Executive added:
Cadent have been a valued partner on the local Employment and Skills Partnership and on the local Employability and Internship programme and we hope this will continue. However, due to the fact that they are moving to a hybrid model of home and office working we expect many Cadent employees will remain in this area. We will work closely with our partners to offer support to affected employees.