The North West team at property consultant JLL has sold the final unit at Buckshaw Village’s Matrix Point.
Telecoms provider Elite Tele has taken the 5,400 sq ft Unit 19. In addition, Euro Garages has acquired the remaining design and build plot at the scheme having successfully obtained detailed planning consent to develop a petrol filling station and retail offering.
The 37,850 sq ft park, developed speculatively by Seddon, comprises 19 units ranging from 755 sq ft to 10,800 sq ft. All units have been sold within six months of practical completion to occupiers including e-commerce software provider Exact Abacus, IT firm The Document Management Group and ACAS Engineering.
Robert Kos, industrial and logistics surveyor at JLL, said: “The speed at which the units at Matrix Point have been taken is further evidence of the continued high demand for small industrial units in the North West.
“The popularity of the region among industrial occupiers, coupled with the limited pipeline of new schemes and the ongoing shortage of stock, means that developers have a wealth of opportunities to capitalise on the demand here without the risk of a supply surplus.”
Taylor Weaver were joint letting agents.