OFF-PLAN DEMAND SURGES AT NEW LEICESTERSHIRE INDUSTRIAL PARK

3rd February 2021

A new industrial business park currently under construction near Thurlaston, Leicestershire is already proving so popular that half the units have been secured off-plan in a series of transactions completed by Wells McFarlane.

Situated just outside Thurlaston village, to the south west of Leicester, Manor Business Park will see the creation of 11 new units, representing almost 21,000 sq ft light industrial/warehouse space. Currently under construction and scheduled to finish between Easter and summer, we have been pre-marketing the park’s first phase, comprising five units, all of which have now been let.

Our Director, Jason Hercock has negotiated the deals. “Manor Business Park is easily accessible and offers excellent, brand new facilities for businesses looking to expand or relocate to a semi-rural setting. We began marketing the first phase at the end of last year and experienced such a high volume of interest that we were able to secure tenants for all five units off-plan. With good connections to the motorway network, dedicated parking and high-speed fibre broadband, it’s not surprising that businesses choosing to relocate to Manor Business Park are specialists in technology, logistics and light manufacturing.”

A former agricultural site of disused buildings, units at Manor Business Park are being constructed with a secure steel portal frame, insulated green cladding and energy efficient lighting. With gated access and CCTV, each unit also includes a separate private office.

Jason continued: “Despite the pandemic, the appetite for smaller industrial units has clearly not diminished, which is all good news for the local economy. We’ll be releasing the next phase in the coming weeks and this will comprise units from 1,453 sq ft to 2,045 sq ft. We encourage those considering a move to register their interest now to avoid missing out.”

Manor Business Park is situated off Enderby Road, Thurlaston, just 4.5 miles from the M1/M69 junction.

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