St. Modwen has agreed a five-year lease for 3,600 sq ft at Quinton Business Park, Birmingham, with specialist building envelope contractor, Prater Limited.
The Surrey-headquartered company, which delivers design and installation services, including metal roofing and wall cladding, has relocated from its current offices in Bromsgrove and Meriden, to Building Four at the 18 acre Park. The move is due to Prater’s requirement to bring its Midlands design expertise under one roof and be based at the heart of the UK’s motorway network.
The Grade A office space benefits from Quinton Business Park’s strategic location, two minutes’ drive from Junction 3 of the M5, which is six miles from Birmingham City Centre. The car parking ratio is particularly attractive, with one space provided for event 210 sq ft of office space.
Peter Rudd, senior development surveyor for St. Modwen, said: “We are thrilled to welcome the team at Prater Limited to Quinton Business Park. There is very little office accommodation of this quality in the locality, and with such a convenient location, the Park is proving popular to a whole range of businesses.
“There is now only 9,700 sq ft of space available across the entire development of nine buildings, confirming its popularity in the marketplace and we are liaising with a number of interested parties for the additional space.”
The available space is currently split into two separate offices of 3,205 sq ft and 6,413 sq ft, however, this could be divided further to create smaller suites to meet occupiers’ bespoke requirements. Flexible lease terms are available.
Richard Morton, senior design manager at Prater Limited, said: “The location and quality of Quinton Business Park is perfect for our business. There are also a number of like-minded companies working at the Park and we are really pleased to have finally moved in.”
Prater Limited has joined existing occupiers; RPS, Serco, the Highways Agency, Wates Construction, VTG Rail, Amey, St. Modwen and Linpac Allibert at Quinton Business Park.