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West Midlands Business Park Completes Hat-Trick of Lets

A business park in the West Midlands is now fully occupied, following a hat-trick of lettings by property consultants Burley Browne.

Owned by commercial property investors Goold Estates since 2017, the recently renovated Beecham Business Park in Aldridge, Walsall had three vacant units at the start of the summer but has since let the remaining units to local companies.

Anthony Williams, property director of Oldbury-based Goold Estates, said: “We were delighted that Burley Browne secured lettings at 11 to 13 Beecham Business Park after a short marketing campaign and prior to the completion of extensive refurbishment works.

“The high level of enquiries generated by Ben enabled us to agree terms with those tenants best suited to the estate, achieving quoting rents on all units. All industrial units at Beecham Business Park are now let and we look forward to working with Burley Browne on our other estates and new acquisitions.”

Burley Browne was appointed as sole agents to market units 11, 12 and 13, totalling approximately 7,500 sq ft. The 2,422 sq ft unit 12 has been let to Peter DIY Ltd, and 2,153 sq ft unit 13 has been let to KR Automotive. Both have agreed to five-year leases. Meanwhile, a 10-year lease has been agreed with Triple D Express Ltd on the final 2,836 sq ft unit.

Ben Nicholson, Senior Associate Director at Burley Browne, said: “We received a high number of enquiries for the three units, which offered a rare opportunity to secure recently refurbished industrial/warehouse premises.

“This location remains a very popular destination for operators which was reflected by the competing interest for the estate, which now boasts full occupancy.”

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