A prime industrial/warehouse unit on a new development at one of Wiltshire’s most popular and convenient business parks has been snapped up by a firm specialising in doorway solutions.
Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated the letting of Unit 206 at the Beacon Centre development on Solstice Park, Amesbury.
Quoting rent for the 2,751 sq ft unit on Solar Way was £17,250 per annum and new tenant Denleigh has signed a six-year lease.
Myddelton & Major Surveyor Gary Mead said: “Denleigh a long-established, independent Salisbury business, which is a leading provider of doorway solutions, including architectural ironmongery and bespoke internal feature doors”.
“I was pleased to help facilitate the long-term let on this property for the company which has been working for over four decades with construction professionals such as architects, interior designers, property developers, quantity surveyors and builders.”
The 160-acre Solstice Park – at the gateway to the South West – is both popular and convenient and even has direct access to the A303 trunk road after building its own junctions on the busy dual carriageway.
Established in October 2005 and named to associate itself with nearby Stonehenge, its major occupiers include Home Bargains, Muller Wiseman Dairies and Tintometer.
The Beacon Centre occupies a prime location at the gateway to both Solstice Park and the 20-acre industrial/distribution zone.