Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester.

Rolls-Royce has said it will come back to Manchester to reconstruct its new headquarters for its Smaller Modular Reactors (SMR) business unit.

The move comes roughly 120 years later when Charles Rolls met Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel in Manchester.

The new office will have a location at 11 York Street and will conduct along the side of Rolls-Royce SMR’s alternative locations in Warrington and Derby.

“Rolls-Royce SMR is coming back to Manchester where Charles Rolls and Henry Royce first met in 1904, Tom Samson, Rolls-Royce SMR’s Chief Executive, stated.

“We are growing as a company and as we move at pace to build our SMR power stations in the UK, the time is right to set up our head office in this fantastic city.

“We are on target to recruit 850 people to work on this incredibly exciting project by the end of this year.”

In response to the statement, the Business Secretary wrote on twitter: “Another boost for new nuclear, with Rolls-Royce SMRs announcing new headquarters in Manchester.

“Backed by £210 million government funding, they are helping us turbocharge plans for more clean, affordable, homegrown energy.”

Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester.

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