Brack­mills’ ap­peal is still go­ing strong

Northants Evening Telegraph - Property - - FRONT PAGE -

De­spite the gen­eral dif­fi­cul­ties that pre­vail within the econ­omy, there is grow­ing op­ti­mism within the Northamp­ton com­mer­cial prop­erty mar­ket, that con­di­tions are be­gin­ning to show sus­tained signs of im­prove­ment.

This point is il­lus­trated by re­cent events that have taken place on the Brack­mills in­dus­trial es­tate.

Dur­ing the past 30 years, some 150 com­pa­nies have es­tab­lished busi­nesses on the es­tate, in­clud­ing Asda, Coca-cola, Pana­sonic, Travis Perkins and Bar­clay­card.

Con­struc­tion ac­tiv­ity is likely to be­gin again in the near fu­ture. These works should in­clude the first signs of de­vel­op­ment at Brack­mills Point, which is a 25- acre com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ment site that Rox­hill have re­cently brought to the mar­ket.

Plan­ning con­sent is in place for be­spoke build­ings of up to 420,000 sq ft.

Else­where on the es­tate, there have been a num­ber of re­cent let­tings and sales that have high­lighted the on­go­ing ap­peal of­fered by Brack­mills to a range of both lo­cal and na­tional oc­cu­piers. These in­clude the re­cent sale of Units 9 and 12 at Monarch Court­yard, which to­gether pro­vide ac­com­mo­da­tion of ap­prox­i­mately 17,000 sq ft.

For in­for­ma­tion on cur­rent avail­abil­ity, contact Charles Church or Stephen Battersby at Un­der­woods on 01604 404060.

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