Levity is pleased to announce it is again expanding its facilities at Myerscough College, doubling it’s office space.
Levity’s Anna Weston said “since we first relocated to the Rural Business Centre at Myerscough in 2013 we have not looked back. Our staff levels have doubled this year as part of our planned expansion and we have now taken more space here to fit everyone in” adding “we are also in the process of investing further in our glasshouse facilities at the site, installing new lighting and irrigation equipment”.
Myerscough College has been teaching Agriculture since the 19th century and has 6000 students based on an extensive campus in rural Lancashire. The facilities, agricultural test facilities and strong links with the UK farming community make it an ideal location for Levity as it continues to expand.
Levity have been based at the Rural Business Centre since 2013, and now have Glasshouse, laboratory and office facilities on site.