A new car park is being built for Analox, based in Stokesley Business Park.
A car park is already situated at the Analox building but due to the increase in staff numbers it has been recognised that more spaces are required to accommodate them.
The new car park is being built by L&D Construction on the land that Opentree occupy and will make 34 new spaces available.
Opentree are solutions providers who develop and deliver world-class document management systems.
Andrew Frank, Managing Director, Opentree, has agreed to the land being leased to Analox for five years to help with the business expanding and taking on more staff.
While work is being carried out on the land, it is advised that no-one parks from the entrance to Flower Box to the corner bend of Opentree.
The car park is expected to be completed by mid May.
To find out more about Analox visit https://www.analox.net
For further information about Opentree visit http://www.opentree.co.uk/