Commercial property

Commercial property news from Swindon and Wiltshire.

Innovative disabled toilet charity moves to trackside property

Written by Peter Davison.

Bridge House Westbury


A charity which provides specialist vehicles with toilet facilities for disabled people who would otherwise miss out on events has moved into an office suite in the market town of Westbury.

Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated a new three-year lease on the offices in Bridge House, Station Road, at a quoting price of £11,000 per year.

Office let in horse racing capital is under starters orders

Written by Peter Davison.

The Trainers Office


A well-presented rural office unit in the heart of horse racing country has come to the market with Marlborough-based Stibbard Property.

The Trainers Office in Lambourn – the second-largest centre of racehorse training in England – offers more than 1,500 sq ft of accommodation over two floors, and benefits from a large reception area, main office space of 828 sq ft, a downstairs office area of 419 sq ft, toilets, plenty of desk space, electricity, water and five allocated parking spaces.

Mortgage advisor makes its own property move

Written by Peter Davison.

102 Victoria Road


An established firm of mortgages advisors has made its own move – to premises in Swindon's in-demand Old Town area – in a deal brokered by commercial property consultants Kilpatrick & Co.

South West Mortgages has moved into 102 Victoria Road, which offers approximately 915 sq ft consisted of a ground floor shop and sales area with an office and store at the rear with a kitchen and with additional storage provided by a basement.

Open storage yard comes to market at Melksham

Written by Peter Davison.

The open yard at the Ashville Centre, Bowerhill, Melksham


A newly-complete open storage yard has come to the commercial property market with consultants Kavanaghs.

The yard, at the Ashville Centre, Bowerhill, Melksham, consists of a level yard laid to stone totalling 855 square metres or 0.21 of an acre with a post and rail fence plus entrance gates.

Van business snaps up industrial site with a view to further expansion

Written by Peter Davison.

Michael Austen


Big Van World, which is the UK’s largest used van supermarket, is celebrating the turn of the year by investing £1.4m in a new industrial site near Swindon.

The business which operates from a 20-acre site at Chelworth Industrial Estate at Cricklade, has now signed a deal to buy the nearby site which was formerly run by Watson Fuels.

First phase of rural college development underway

Written by Peter Davison.

Lackham College


The first phase of £9 million development works at Wiltshire College & University Centre’s specialist land-based campus is underway.

The former animal centre and outdoor enclosures at Lackham have been demolished to make way for modern, industry-standard facilities, which are currently under construction.