A £2.5m renovation has transformed a Grade II listed mansion into a digital enterprise centre.

The Corsham Mansion House project has transformed the empty landmark building in Corsham town centre into small units, meeting rooms and break out areas for local digital start-up businesses.

It has been been funded by the government's Growth Fund and delivered through the Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership.

Paddy Bradley, director of the Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “The Digital Mansion House Corsham is a great example of the economics of the area growing and changing; physically it is a beautiful merger of a historically important building with a superb new wing.

"This is a concept which demonstrates our economy has strength in its earliest development and is willing and able to adapt to new challenges. The building will provide a great base for business in our area for the future.”

There more than 2,500 digital sector enterprises in Swindon and Wiltshire. Between 2010 and 2017 digital enterprises grew by around 35 per cent, or 655 – matching the increase in the number of new businesses as a whole.