Property consultants Alder King have let three high quality brand new industrial units totalling 4,536 sq ft at Wiltshire Council’s Castledown Business Park at Ludgershall.
The lettings at Brydges Court, the second phase at Castledown Business Park constructed by St Modwen, were agreed with three local occupiers and follow two large transactions completed last year with UK Power Networks and the University of Hertfordshire.
The latest occupiers include Cloud Island Premium E-Liquids and Intertox which agreed terms on adjacent Units 5b (1,998 sq ft) and 5c (1,809 sq ft) respectively.
Local photographer Boutique Photography has taken Unit 7C comprising 729 sq ft Unit 7C for a new photographic studio.
There are now just four out of the 15 industrial units remaining at Brydges Court, offering accommodation ranging from 2,494 to 4,940 sq ft.
All four are available on new leases; alternatively the long leasehold interest is available to purchase.
James Gregory, partner at Alder King’s Swindon office, said: “Brydges Court has proved as popular as the first phase, Fitz Gilbert Court. The arrival of a variety of new occupiers will further enhance the vitality of this very successful development.”
Castledown Business Park provides a total of 33 acres of employment land suitable for office and industrial occupation so larger requirements can also be accommodated.
Phase One, known as Fitz Gilbert Court, comprises 21 small industrial and office units, together with Castledown Business Centre which is available for the use of occupiers on The Park and The Enterprise Network (TEN) building, and offers office space, hot-desking and post box facilities for small and start-up businesses along with meeting rooms, conference facilities and access to business advice.
Phase Two, Brydges Court, comprises 15 industrial/storage and business units ranging from 700-6,000 sq ft each.
A further 18 acres at Castledown Business Park is available for bespoke development through St Modwen.