Bedford will soon have its first speculative development in more than 20 years, as a new multi-million pound 23 business unit project was announced by Bedford’s leading commercial property consultants – Kirkby Diamond.
The new development is on course to be completed by the end of the summer, and construction will consist of light industrial and warehouse units which will be available for sale or lease.
The project is making excellent progress with the foundation steel framework already erected at Arkwright Road; the site is aiming to complete development for September.
Andrew Clarke, head of commercial agency at Kirkby Diamond in Bedford, who has been appointed to market the units, said: “It’s fantastic to see such great progress being made by the construction contractors at Glenmore Business Park.
“This is a really exciting development by Glenmore Group, which has delivered very successful, high-quality business parks and industrial/warehouse developments across the south of the country, including developments in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset, Oxfordshire and Kent. They have a highly successful formula and Glenmore Business Park, located within easy reach of the M1 motorway, will be (a) very popular addition to the commercial market.”
The units will start from 1,104 sq ft to 1,550 sq ft which can be combined if the tenant requires a bigger space.
Each unit will have the capability to be used as an office on the first floor as well as sectional roller shutter loading doors and six-metre eaves height with allocated parking spaces.
Andrew concluded: “It’s the kind of development that businesses across Bedfordshire have been deprived of for far too long. They are the first units of their size to be made available in Bedford since the early 90s, and I am sure they will be in high demand.”
Richard Last of Brown and Lee are joint agents for the site. For more information contact Andrew Clarke on 01234 905130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAPTION: Progress on site at the Glenmore Business Park development in Bedford.