Brackmills’ appeal is still going strong
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.