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Carlsberg UK Sign’s 10-Year Lease at Temple Point

Carlsberg UK has agreed to a 10-year lease on offices at the well-established Temple Point Office Park in Colton, Leeds.

Carlsberg UK will occupy a 13,134 sq ft self-contained office building for 140 local staff.

Commenting on the move, Carlsberg UK’s Head of Procurement, David Hawkins said: “Our relocation to Temple Point will provide us with a welcome upgrade from our current office space and the owner tailored the refurbishment to meet our requirements. The offices occupies a prime business location and provides a fit-for-purpose, high-quality space with comfort cooling suitable for its predominant use as a contact centre.”

Developed in 2005; Temple Point Office park comprises of nine detached office buildings and is strategically located adjacent to the M1 with easy access into Leeds City Centre.

Temple Point is also located adjacent to The Colton Retail Park which provides an array of amenities for staff including; Sainsbury’s supermarket, Next, Boots, Travelodge, Busy Bees Nursery and a variety of restaurants.

Richard Dunn, Head of Office Agency at Sanderson Weatherall who acted on behalf of Carlsberg UK, commented: “We’re delighted to have assisted Carlsberg UK with their office search. Throughout the process, our client saw the benefit of being located at such a major business park handily placed for J46 of the M1 and with excellent staff amenities nearby. 9 Temple Point was a rare self-contained option available in the market and perfect to facilitate their future plans.

“After an unavoidable downturn in the market during Q2 it’s great to see the completion of deals like this one. The outlook for the Leeds office market is promising with a number of deals and developments, including the landmark Majestic building, due to complete before the end of the year.”

Meanwhile, Richard Thornton of JLL who acted as agents for the Landlord of Temple Point added: “Unit 9 represented a rare opportunity to acquire a self-contained building with such good car parking so close to the M1. The fact it let so quickly was no surprise given its credentials”.

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