New occupiers installed at latest phase of Eagle Business Park

A domestic and commercial electrical services company and a kitchen assembly and fitting specialists are the two latest businesses in residence at Eagle Business Park in Yaxley, Peterborough where Barker Storey Matthews (now part of Eddisons) remains the sole agent under instruction.

The new occupiers – Marshall Electrical and Transfer Glass Ltd – have moved in to brand new light industrial business units at Heron Court and Harrier Court.

These are two of the latest schemes at the second phase of the Eagle Business Park development where construction of this current phase is to be completed. However, with limited options now available, further units are already under construction at Slater Court and Prospect Court with completion there due in the next four to six months.

Pre-sales to property investors and some owner occupiers set the tone for at Heron Court before the end of last year (2019) . Marshall Electrical has taken a new lease on the 98 sq m (1,050 sq ft) Unit 3, leaving just two units remaining to let through Barker Storey Matthews.

Over at Harrier Court – whose campanion scheme on this phase is Peregrine Court – the kitchen company Transfer Glass Ltd, has taken 328.9 sq m(3,540 sq ft) of light industrial space at Unit 6 With three other units under offer, currently, there is just one 248.05 sq m (2,670 sq ft) available to let.

Eagle Business Park, which fronts on to Broadway in Yaxley, was established in 2010 and the first phase was soon successfully developed to occupy its original 25.7 acre site. The second phase of the park’s development, on a further 18.3 acres to the rear of the original site is developing out with the latest scheme – Prosper Court – launched in the spring.

Richard Jones of Barker Storey Matthews’ Peterborough office, said, “Eagle Business Park has played its part in raising the commercial property profile of the southern outskirts of Peterborough – close to the A1(M) and the city’s Parkway system – during the past decade.

“The majority of the latest sets of occupiers are either relocating from smaller premises or have requirements for additional space to accommodate their business growth.”