Conservation charity Plantlife is moving to new offices in Salisbury. Property consultancy Myddelton & Major has successfully negotiated the letting of Suites 3 & 6 on the second floor of Brewery House at 36 Milford Street.
The organisation has taken a five-year lease on the offices for which the quoting leasehold rent was £31,000 per annum.
Plantlife, founded in 1989, has its headquarters in Salisbury as well as national offices in Scotland and Wales and a portfolio of nature reserves across the UK. The organisation is dedicated to saving our much loved wildflowers, plants and fungi and to helping people enjoy them.
Myddelton & Major Partner Dean Speer said: “Plantlife was seeking to expand from its Rollestone Street headquarters and we were pleased to do a deal new premises.
The three-storey Grade II Listed Brewery House, fronting Milford and Gigant Streets, is now fully let, with other suites occupied by Matthew Hallett Ltd, Barchester Green Investment, Casterbridge and Utility Funding
Brewery House’s high specification incorporates comfort cooling, full access raised floors, suspended ceilings, an eight-person lift, central heating, WC facilities on each floor and a secure car park for at least five cars.
The property occupies a prominent position in the heart of the city centre with public car parking close by and the railway station within walking distance.