On behalf of Northwood Urban Logistics, joint agents FHP Property Consultants and Phillips Sutton have secured three new occupiers for Teal Trade Park, Nottingham.
Occupiers including the Wooden Floor Store, Exhausts, Tyres and Batteries (ETB), and Klarheit Aluminium Windows & Doors, have taken new leases on Phase 2 of Teal Trade Park.
These further lettings complement the existing occupier line-up of Howdens, Screwfix, Toolstation, Karcher, Trent Valley Windows, Trent Vehicle Charging and PaintWell.
This leaves just three remaining units of Units 8, 9 and 10, ranging from 322m² (3,483ft²) up to 370m² (4,013ft²) with the ability to combine units.
Iain Taylor, director at Northwood Urban Logistics, said: “Enquiries remain strong at Teal Park since the market for trade units of this size remains on the up, particularly when you add in Nottingham’s excellent transport links with the rest of the UK.”
Chris Proctor of FHP Property Consultants said: “Teal Trade Park is becoming Nottingham’s premier trading estate with a complementary range of national and local occupiers now secured on the estate. We are down to the last three units and we see a real opportunity in particular for businesses from an electrical, plumbing and tiling background, which would further strengthen the line-up of trading occupiers on the estate.”
Brodie Faint of Phillips Sutton said: “It is fantastic to see the recent additions to the trade park, further improving the tenant line-up onsite and enhancing the offering to the surrounding customer base. Moving forward, the estate will only benefit further from the substantial residential developments being undertaken in the surrounding area.”