Two new businesses opening in village
ANOTHER two new businesses are opening in Crosby Village. The move adds to a growing number of new ventures which have taken premises in the redeveloped centre, following a multi-million pound investment by St Modwen.
Village Vets Formby has signed a 10-year lease to occupy a 3,830 sq ft first floor unit at 10 Moor Lane above newlyopened fashion retailer Peacocks.
It is due to open its state-of the-art facility in November.
Kate Higgins, principal vet and owner at Village Vets Crosby, said: “This is extremely exciting for us.
“We have been looking for the right premises to locate our second practice for some time now and the newly refurbished units within the Glenn Buildings provides a perfect base for us.
“Being located in the centre of Crosby with excellent parking is ideal.
“We are a local independent business and enjoy being a part of the community where we are based in Formby.
“We look forward to also becoming part of the community in Crosby while serving the needs of our new and existing customers.
“We’re already taking pre-registrations and will be keeping people up to date as the building progresses via our website and social media.”
The Aesthetics Hub, which specialises in non-surgical treatments, has also taken new premises in Glenn Buildings South.
Run by independent nurse prescriber Abbey McLaughlin, the new medical aesthetics clinic is relocating from Waterloo and will be situated above the Card Factory.
Work has already begun to transform the premises into a luxurious clinic due to open later this year.
Abbey said: “We are very excited about this expansion. Crosby Village is the perfect location for the business and we are delighted to have secured a long-term lease.”
Village Vets and The Aesthetics Hub join a raft of occupiers who have made a commitment to Crosby, including high street fashion chain Peacocks, Costa Coffee, Card Factory, café bar Frankie’s and long-standing local business The Blues Bar.
Two new businesses are opening in Crosby – Village Vets and The Aesthetics Hub