Eureka bucks trend as firms move in

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Clubs Round-up -

DE­VEL­OPER Quad­rant Es­tates has se­cured three new busi­nesses who will be mov­ing into Eureka Place at Eureka Busi­ness Park in Ash­ford.

The first of the three new ten­ants is phar­macy com­pany Delmer­gate, which has taken a 15-year lease on 1,095 sq ft for £27,375 a year.

Units at the lo­cal neigh­bour­hood cen­tre have been taken by Eureka Ve­teri­nary Cen­tre and In­dian restau­rant, Cin­na­mon Spice.

Ac­tiv­ity has al­ready started at the de­vel­op­ment with a fam­ily pub restau­rant and creche now open.

Marstons has taken a 6,781 sq ft pub called The Pheas­ant and Q Day Nurs­eries op­er­ates a nurs­ery. Other oc­cu­piers in­clude One Stop con­ve­nience store and book­maker Coral which has taken ad­di­tional re­tail units.

The 33,000 sq ft de­vel­op­ment is ad­ja­cent to the busi­ness park and is de­signed to sup­port both neigh­bour­ing work­ers and sur­round­ing res­i­dents. Just four re­tail units are now left avail­able.

Quad­rant di­rec­tor Tris­tram Gethin said: “At a time when the re­tail mar­ket in the South East is far from buoy­ant, Eureka Park con­tin­ues to find favour with those in the mar­ket.”

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