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MCS Group Deliver Gloucester Lok’nStore Facility

Commercial property developer MCS Group has announced the completion of a new facility for one of the leading names in self-storage.

Located in Gloucester’s Triangle Park, the 15,134 sq ft unit was built on behalf of the rapidly growing self-storage company, Lok’nStore, and is the sixth project that MCS Group has worked on for the firm.

Alan Shadbolt, group commercial director at MCS Group, said: “We are very pleased to be able to announce that we have reached practical completion on another excellent storage facility, this time at Triangle Park in Gloucester.
“Lok’nStore’s new facility in Gloucester is a first-class building, and it’s been a great project to be involved in. We’ve got a very successful, longstanding relationship with Lok’nStore, and this is another example of great teamwork delivering a development of real quality.”

Making their name from a series of high profile car dealership refurbishments for the likes of Audi, BMW, and Jaguar, MCS Group has also worked on several types of sites including the new headquarters of data, insights and consulting company, Kantar Millward Brown

Lok’nStore was founded in 1995 and was one of the first self-storage companies in the UK. Today, the company has 33 stores across the country, with this latest in Gloucester expected to open its doors in early 2020.

Highlighting the stores’ significance to the business, Lok’nStore chief executive Andrew Jacobs said: “This excellent new location adds to the recent rapid growth in our pipeline of stores. Our objective remains to grow by both acquiring more sites to build new landmark stores for Lok’nStore’s own balance sheet and to increase the number of stores we manage under the Lok’nStore brand for third parties.”

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