Lynx Trade Park in Yeovil is now almost fully let following the arrival of Tileflair, Rexel UK and Greggs.
The trade counter scheme occupies a highly prominent roadside location with frontage onto the busy A3088 Lysander Road, which is the main arterial route connecting the town centre with the A303. It is situated at the entrance to Lynx Trading Estate, which is the primary trade counter destination in Yeovil, with occupiers including Screwfix, Topps Tiles, Magnet, Euro Car Parts, Howdens, CEF, Buildbase, Edmundson Electrical and Dulux all in the immediate vicinity.
The units remaining available to let are Units 1a and 2, which extend to 5,124 sq ft and 5,108 sq ft respectively. The scheme offers excellent parking provision with Unit 1a having 11 spaces and Unit 2 having 10 spaces. The two units could also be combined to offer 10,232 sq ft with 21 car parking spaces.
Developed by established commercial property investors, Craigard, the units offer comprehensively refurbished accommodation including new roofs, WCs, full height roller shutter loading doors and separate pedestrian entrances and are being jointly marketed by CBRE and Edmonds Commercial.
James Nelson, Surveyor in the Industrial and Logistics Team at CBRE in Bristol, comments: “Lynx Trade Park is a prime example of delivering the right product, in the right location, at the right time – and these three recent lettings prove that. With an excellent tenant line-up, the scheme is very well positioned to welcome further new occupiers and reach full occupancy once the restrictions introduced following the Covid-19 outbreak have eased further.”