New units to help cope with demand

An artist's impression of one of the new 6,000 square feet units at Nelson Park Network Centre in Cramlington.
An artist's impression of one of the new 6,000 square feet units at Nelson Park Network Centre in Cramlington.

Two new units have been built to cope with demand for industrial space in Cramlington.

The workshop units, each 6,000sq ft, have been constructed by Arch at the Nelson Park Network Centre and will be ready for occupation in January 2016.

The units, available to reserve separately or as a package, provide new business space for industrial and trade counter use.

Coun Dave Ledger, Arch chairman and deputy leader of Northumberland County Council, said: “The Cramlington Network site is in a fantastic central location which is very well served by local transport connections and nearby retail and leisure centres.

“Arch’s aim is to offer high-quality, purpose-built industrial units and these new units are another illustration of our continued investment in supporting businesses and jobs.”

Arch – which has a portfolio of one million square feet of space – is now building speculative business space throughout Northumberland. The portfolio consists of industrial workshop and warehouse units, office buildings, suites, business parks and managed workspace.

Coun Ledger added: “By investing in market intelligence, we are able to develop new office and industrial space specifically designed to support key sectors and regeneration priorities.”

Businesses interested in the new units at Nelson Park Network Centre or with any other inquiry about commercial accommodation should contact Arch Commercial on (01670) 528 460 or email com mercial@arch-group.co.uk