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Glenmore Business Park secures further reservations

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Glenmore Business Park secures further reservations

The new Glenmore Business Park on the Westmead Industrial Estate, Swindon’s first speculative development of industrial units for seven years, has secured further reservations. This is despite being just 6 weeks into the construction phase.

The individual units, which range in size from just 969 sq ft up to 1,604 sq ft, will be ready for occupation towards the end of July. Units can also be combined to satisfy purchasers with larger requirements.

The new business park is being specifically built with small, local businesses in mind that will be able to purchase a freehold unit from just £97,500. Alternatively, the units can be leased on flexible terms from rents of £7,300 per annum.

Daniel Rubin, Managing Director of Glenmore commented “We are excited with the initial response to our new business park on the Westmead Industrial Estate. We have felt for some time that Swindon’s businesses have been in need of some new, good quality industrial units and we are very pleased to be able to meet this demand. With strong interest at this early stage we anticipate that this will enable us to carry on with the next phase in the summer”.

The agents, Loveday and Whitmarsh Lockhart commented, “Glenmore has a proven track record in delivering excellent Business Parks both in Swindon and across southern England. With the availability of good quality industrial units at its lowest level for over a decade, this is a fantastic opportunity to buy or lease a new property. Not only do they provide good quality, energy efficient accommodation, the units make a sound investment when purchased on a freehold basis”.

For Further information contact
Glenmore
Daniel Rubin
daniel@glenmore-group.co.uk
0207 9350100

Loveday
Alastair Andrews
alastair@loveday.uk.com
01793 423344

Whitmarsh Lockhart
01793 541000
Paul Whitmarsh paul@whitmarshlockhart.com
Chris Brooks chris@whitmarshlockhart.com

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