27th Sep 2022

Melton Building Society appoints Blueprint Interiors for office revamp

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Melton Building Society has partnered with us to carry out the refurbishment of their Mutual House offices.

The work is set to start in early October to modernise the interior of the well-known building, a landmark passed regularly by commuters travelling along Leicester Road. The renovations which are intended to improve the functionality of the workspace for Melton Building Society colleagues will also provide a new meeting and event space that will be opened up for use by local charities and community groups.

“We are thrilled”

Simon Taylor, CEO of Melton Building Society, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to support a fantastic local business such as Blueprint Interiors by appointing them to carry out the transformation of our offices. As a mutual, our founding purpose is to ‘build thriving communities’. The aim of the revamp is to better accommodate our colleagues, most of whom live locally, with a more efficient work environment and to bring value to our members by investing in our shared future.

“We’re very excited to be able to enhance our services by opening up the improved space and inviting our members in on a regular basis – hosting workshops and events and supporting community projects.”

Supporting the local community

As a significant local employer, Melton Building Society has hired 35 new roles this year, taking their total to over 135 colleagues. The planned building works will further support the community by bringing in local firms to provide expertise.

Chloe Sproston, Creative and Commercial Director at Blueprint Interiors, shares: “It’s been a huge privilege to work alongside The Melton team during our workplace consultancy and design stages. We’ve taken time to understand how its people and processes need to be supported so that they can deliver on the society’s objective to become a ‘modern mutual’.

The result is a bespoke selection of spaces. From tech-driven workspaces to community-focused cafes – all perfected to suit the needs and activities of colleagues, members and the wider community. Delivering these transformational spaces is about to begin, and we can’t wait to see it come to life.”

The work is set to be completed in the spring of 2023, with plans for a reopening.

If you’re looking to create a space that your employees love to work in, talk to us.


Rob Day

Chairman & Founder