Competition for place at busy Hull business park

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 5 Jul 2018

COMPETITION is expected to be high as a rare opportunity for companies to move into one of the region’s top business parks is up for grabs.

The office space, in Priory Park East, has had a £30,000 facelift and property developer Stoneferry Estates is now on the hunt for a new tenant.

Demand is set to be fierce for the space, which is in one of Hull’s most exciting business parks.

Tom Healey, director of Stoneferry Estates, said office units on Priory Park are in high demand, given the increasing number of high-profile firms based at the site, and its excellent location.

“Offices such as this don’t become available often on this site, as the businesses which move into this development tend to find it works for them and it becomes a long-term home,” he said.

“It is a thriving business park with a real mix of quality businesses on site and the location makes it easily accessible for both staff living locally and for clients visiting from outside the city, as they head down the A63. Space in Earls Court rarely becomes available and that is why we have completed a full refurbishment of this office.”

Read more: ‘Manufacturing is at a 25-year high’ in region

As part of the recent investment into the building, all common areas have been refurbished, new carpets and doors fitted, and a new modern kitchen added with appliances.

“This is the kind of office which can let with very little work on our part given its size and location, but we didn’t want to just put it back on the market immediately,” Mr Healey said.

“We wanted to ensure a first class facility was provided, hence the time off the market and the investment into transforming it  into a comfortable, modern home for a growing business. We are sure we’ll have interest.”

Mr Healey says ‘flexible and competitive’ lease terms are available for the air- conditioned offices, which comes with 15 car parking spaces.

The Earls Court development is already home to the likes of Reflex Data, Shield Security, Hamers Solicitors and the NHS.

Other major businesses on the Priory Park Estate include Arco, which has recently started work on its new £25m national distribution centre on the site.

When completed, the new site will create up to 200 jobs in Hull.



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