The second phase of light industrial/warehouse units at Leicestershire’s popular Manor Business Park has been launched by Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants, Wells McFarlane.
Situated just outside Thurlaston village, to the south west of Leicester, Manor Business Park comprises 11 newly constructed units, representing circa 21,000 sq ft space. Its second phase, due to complete later this summer, features the final six units, which range between 1,453 sq ft to 2,045 sq ft. With gated access and CCTV, each unit also includes a separate private office.
Jason Hercock, Director at Wells McFarlane, said: “Manor Business Park is easily accessible and offers excellent, brand new facilities for businesses looking to expand or relocate to a semi-rural setting. With good connections to the motorway network, dedicated parking and high-speed fibre broadband, it’s not surprising that businesses choosing to relocate here are specialists in technology, logistics and light manufacturing.”
Some of the first occupiers to have relocated include a pharmaceuticals company and a smart motorway gantry manufacturer.
Situated just 4.5 miles from the M1/M69 junction, Manor Business Park is a former agricultural site of disused buildings. Jason added: “Manor Business Park is a model site. By working with such a forward-thinking landlord, we’ve been able to help realise the true value of the land by creating assets that will not only provide a return on investment but also enable expansion and job creation for local businesses. For those with buildings reaching the end of their lifecycle or similar parcels of land that could be repurposed, we invite conversations about conversion or new construction to achieve similar results.”