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Office refurbishment at Moorgate Point results in new letting

A £350,000 investment by St Modwen, the expert developer and regeneration specialist, to refurbish office accommodation at Moorgate Point in Knowlsey has resulted in a deal to let 5,500 sq ft.

Following a spate of lettings at the popular industrial estate, which included 200,000 sq ft to Burhill DCR Logistics in the autumn, St Modwen has responded to the demand from occupiers calling for better quality office space in the area.

The refurbished office scheme, Enterprise House, at Moorgate Point is designed to meet market demand for smaller, high quality office space with flexible terms and has a variety of suites available from 350 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft. In total, 6,500 sq ft is available to let.

A deal has been agreed Thomas Hardie Commercials Ltd,  a franchised dealer for Volvo trucks and buses throughout the North West of England and North Wales.

Andrew Day, asset manager for St Modwen, said: “We were keen to maximise on the momentum of enquiries we have received from occupiers who are interested in small, but high quality office accommodation in the Knowsley area.

“Although we have significant interest, with further occupier announcements imminent, there are a number of office units still available.”

Chris Schofield of Thomas Hardie Commercials said: “We are a North West-based company and after a period of growth we were looking to secure premises for the head office and support functions of the company. 

“Enterprise House is the ideal location for the business as we enter the next phase of our company’s growth plans and will allow our current Knowsley Industrial Estate site room to expand.”

Following its recent refurbishment, the two storey office block now comprises suspended ceilings, Cat 2 type lighting, perimeter trunking and central heating. Parking is available to the front and side of the building.

Tim Garnett of Keppie Massie, the letting agents acting for St Modwen, said: “There is a shortage of good quality, flexible office accommodation available for occupiers looking to relocate or set-up business in the Knowsley area. The quality of the refurbishment has resulted in the let to an established Knowsley business and we have a number of other enquiries in the pipeline.”

 

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