Commercial property

Commercial property news from Swindon and Wiltshire.

Estate agents have a 'moove' of their own

Written by Peter Davison.

 

Residential estate agents Easymoove have had a move of their own, taking new premises in Swindon's Commercial Road in a deal facilitated by commercial property agents Kilpatrick & Co.

The 2/3 storey building with large display window, and open plan office space and the ground floor, with more office space above, was previously occupied by recruitment agency Blue Arrow.

Corsham firms play a part in fight against Covid

Written by Peter Davison.

Leafield Industrial Estate

 

Two companies involved in supplying products to combat the Covid-19 pandemic have moved into new premises at Corsham’s Leafield Industrial Estate.

Medical Wire and Equipment Company and Glentham Life Sciences have both taken 20,000 sq ft units, in deals facilitated by HPH Commercial Property.

Construction firm building on new base

Written by Peter Davison.

Unit 204 Beacon Centre

 

Construction and housing services firm Lovell Partnerships has moved into an n industrial/warehouse unit with offices at Amesbury’s Solstice Park, in a deal brokered by property consultancy Myddelton & Major.

Best known for work in the affordable and social housing field, Lovell was seeking a Wiltshire operations base while it continues to work in partnership with the DIO and MOD across Salisbury Plain, delivering service family accommodation as part of the Army Basing Programme.

Swindon station's Signal Point building to be restored

Written by Peter Davison.

Signal Point

 

A landmark Swindon building is to be restored after Network Rail took back ownership of the railway property.

Signal Point, a 13-storey office block erected in the 1970s, is regarded as an important part of Swindon's railway heritage and still bears a huge British Rail logo on the front of the building.

Law firm opens seventh office in Wiltshire

Written by Peter Davison.

 

Law firm Goughs has opened its seventh Wiltshire office – despite the pandemic.

The office at Greenways Business Park, Chippenham is the second for the firm within Chippenham, which is a key business hub for the firm due to its connectivity via the M4 and the rail links.

New multi-million-pound lodge nearing completion

Written by Peter Davison.

 

New accommodation on the grounds of the popular Churchill Pub & Grill at Royal Wootton Bassett is set to open later this month – creating eight new jobs.

The multi-million-pound 28-bedroom lodge is being built by pub operator Greene King, and will be the first in the group's estate to offer electric vehicle charging points. The lodge will also benefit from energy generated by solar panels, which will help provide the building’s energy.

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