National commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton has succeeded in letting the last remaining unit at Acorn Court trade park in Swansea’s Enterprise Park.
Acting on behalf of the park’s owners Acorn Property Partnership, LSH has negotiated terms with Masco UK Window Group, trading as Seven Day Windows, on a 2,708 sq ft unit on a six-year lease.
The PVCu windows and doors company will open on 8 May, joining other trade counter operators including Charterbrook Signs, Enterprise Pets, Benchmarx and most recently, DWS Wholesale, suppliers of bar and catering products.
Acorn Court features six purpose-built units and runs alongside Upper Fforest Way, one of the main access routes into the Enterprise Park.
“We’re pleased to have secured this final tenant taking the park to full occupancy and meeting an ongoing demand in Swansea for good quality trade counter units in prominent roadside locations,” says Jason Thorne of LSH’s agency team.
“What is also positive is that the park’s owners are embarking on upgrades and improvements that will strengthen the appeal of Acorn Court further.”
Richard Griffiths from Seven Day Windows adds: “Masco UK Window group are looking forward to opening this latest Seven Day Window Outlet in Acorn Court which marks a key stage in our business growth plans. The new Swansea depot is our 20th in the UK, the third to open in South Wales.”
Acting on behalf of Masco UK, Elliot Evans of Knight Frank says: “Masco UK are at the forefront of PVCu design, manufacturing and supply and we are confident that the strategically strong location of this latest depot will help the business to thrive.”