Company starts new adventure at Abbey Lawn

More units have been snapped up at a popular office development in Shrewsbury town centre.

Suite 6 Observer House at the prestigious Abbey Lawn office development has been let to Globebrow Limited, trading as Manor Adventure, which organises outdoor pursuits to help children learn while having fun.

Suite 6 comprises 947ft² of newly refurbished offices including a small modern kitchen and partitioned offices, together with four parking spaces.

David Forster Constance, from Manor Adventure, said: “As the local company within the school residential educational sector having been based in Craven Arms for over 26 years, we are delighted to now have a presence in Shrewsbury. We felt the location of Abbey Lawn to be perfect for our work force, providing easy transport links yet being close to the town centre.”

Liz Lowe, Head of Estates at Morris Properties, said: “Abbey Lawn continues to attract both larger and smaller operators. We have a wide range of office suites available ranging between 850ft² – 2,600ft² on a refurbished basis.

“The popular development provides a good parking ratio, has close links to public transport and there is the ability to entertain clients at local bistros. Staff can walk into town at lunchtime, and also visit the Abbey nearby.”

Abbey Lawn is one of Shrewsbury’s most sought after office parks offering 69,000ft² of quality, flexible office accommodation. With easy access to local amenities, good public transport links, a selection of bistros and cafes, supermarkets and high street retailers, it is the perfect workplace location.  Close to Shrewsbury town centre, there is ample parking on site and good communication links with the Shrewsbury bypass just two miles away and walking distance to the train and bus stations.

Morris Property is part of a fifth-generation family business working in property investment and management, new build residential and commercial developments and restoration schemes.