Last few office units remaining at Elmbridge Court following letting to BuylineLtd

THP Chartered Surveyors and Colliers’ South West National Offices team, on behalf of London & Scottish Property Investment Management, have let 1,795 sq ft office space at Elmbridge Court to BuylineLtd, a retail POS finance provider for the SME and mid-market, on a five-year lease as part of the company’s expansion plans. The business currently occupies another office on the park.

Set in on a well-maintained business site, located close to Cheltenham, Gloucester and M5 J11, Elmbridge Court currently only has three units left, measuring 1,862 sq ft; 1,273 sq ft and 5,128 sq ft. The latter is an interconnected office, allowing the flexibility to lease it collectively or individually.

Elmbridge Court offers flexible and high specification open-plan office space in the heart of a lively business park. Tenants can benefit from comfort cooling, double glazed entrance screens and windows which offer a high level of natural daylight in completely self-contained offices.

Sustainability has been a main focus for Elmbridge Court, with an energy performance rating of B and solar power to offset electricity costs. The site also offers a high level of security with full CCTV coverage and car parking with EV charging points.

Richard Crabb, Director at THP comments: “Given the exceptional quality of these office spaces, with well connected transport links, we anticipate that BuylineLtd will thrive in their new vibrant workplace.“

James Preece, Director at Colliers stated: “The offices that we are currently still letting will offer businesses the opportunity to open an office in a best in class environment.”

Huw Phillips (CEO) at BuyLineLtd added: “Elmbridge court has been a great location for Buyline as due to its transport links, we can attract staff from all over the south west and Wales. It’s a lovely green space environment which our staff love in the summer and the move to expand within the park was a simple one for us as it gives us options to further grow in the future.”