TEAM INEOS, world professional cycling team formerly known as Team Sky, has relocated its Cheshire operation to a site in Wilmslow.

The organisation launched in 2010 with the ambition of winning the Tour de France with a British rider within five years, a goal achieved within just three when Bradley Wiggins won the 2012 edition.

They have gone on to win seven Tour titles in total.

The move accommodates the administration/business operations and marketing function of the team and came about to improve accessibility and amenity for staff.

Caroline Turpin, office manager for Team INEOS, said: "Being able to walk to Wilmslow train station is great for those members of the team making regular journeys to London.

"It is full of great bars, cafes and restaurants so the choice for lunch or a drink after work is refreshing when compared to our previous business park home."