Commercial property

Commercial property news from Swindon and Wiltshire.

Windows firm to open doors at business park

Written by Peter Davison.

Unit 29-34, Bluestone Centre, Amesbury

 

A new trade counter operator in windows and plastics for builders and DIY customers has acquired a recently-constructed unit on a new development at one of Wiltshire’s most popular business parks.

Bluestone Windows & Plastics Ltd has taken Units 29-34 at Amesbury’s Bluestone Centre, which are between industry giants Screwfix and Howdens Joinery.

City centre shop unit fitted out and ready

Written by Peter Davison.

2 St Thomas Square Salisbury

 

A boutique retail unit fitted out and ready for immediate occupation at the heart of Salisbury city centre has come on to the commercial property market.

Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has been instructed to market 2 St Thomas's Square, which sits on a busy city thoroughfare.

Marlborough law firm expands into Hungerford

Written by Peter Davison.

The Courtyard, Hungerford

 

A Marlborough law firm has expanded into Hungerford, in a property deal brokered by commercial property agents Kilpatrick & Co.

Marlborough Law will be moving into The Courtyard, Hungerford alongside another new tenant, Claritas Accountancy Ltd.

Construction firm runs 90 percent of sites to break ‘vicious circle’ of closures

Written by Peter Davison.

Mark Beard

 

Swindon-based construction firm Beard, whose work includes medical research facilities, special needs schools and MOD work, is continuing to operate on more than 90 per cent of its sites, despite the wave of closures that the industry has seen in response to the spread of Covid-19.

Beard has fully implemented the Site Operating Procedures drawn up by the Construction Leadership Council. This ensures that staff and subcontractors working on Beard sites are not exposed to unnecessary risk of infection.

Postponement of 2021 business rates revaluation welcomed

Written by Peter Davison.

Regent Street, Swindon

 

A government announcement that the national rating revaluation for business rates will no longer take place in 2021 has been welcomed by a Swindon commercial property specialist.

Last week, communities secretary postponed the revaluation to help reduce uncertainty for firms affected by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

New contracts result in pharmaceuticals firm taking a new site at industrial estate

Written by Peter Davison.

Daniel Tedham

 

Pharmaceutical and health product specialist group Wasdell has moved part of its operation into a new 108,000 sq ft site at Groundwell Industrial Estate, North Swindon, in a bid to service additional contracts.

Wasdell, which has its head office at Blagrove, Swindon, opened a new €36m purpose-built facility in Dundalk, Ireland, last year in response to Britain’s planned departure from the EU.

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