Electric firm shrugs off Brexit vote feArs
Wholesaler agrees 10-year lease at centre
Electrical wholesaler YESSS has brushed off Brexit concerns with a move into Peterborough. YESSS Electrical has just agreeda10-yearleaseatarent of £30,000ayearona4,872sq ftunit in the Breydon Centre, Padholme Road.
Richard Jones, director at Barker Storey Matthews, which acted j ointly with Savills in securing the deal, said: “This letting adds further confidence to Peterborough after the uncertainty created following the referendum.”
Mr Jones added: “There was a clear sign of hesitance within the market in the immediate aftermath of Brexit, however the announcement of a large European company committing to a 10-year lease within Peterborough highlights thecity’s resilience andappealonaninternational scale.”
Family- run YESSS will open an outlet/trade counter facility in the unit, which will bring the firm’s number of branches across Europe to more than 412.
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The newYESSS Electrical unit in the Breydon Centre.