New purpose built workshops units at Cramlington have reached a major milestone where they are now near completion and ready to reserve.
Arch are constructing two high quality industrial units at 6,000 sq. ft. each at Nelson Park Network Centre in Cramlington.
The development will consist of two purpose built units to cater for the continued demand in south east Northumberland for space. Both units are available to reverse now and are also available to be taken as the full 12,000 sq. ft. of space for larger businesses – they will be ready for occupation in January 2016.
To reserve a unit or for more information, call (01670) 528460 or email email@example.com
The units provide new business space for industrial and tradecounter use, close to local amenities and with good transport connections. The small development is high quality and offer practical interior layouts with on-site parking bays and external storage areas.
With a portfolio of 1 million sq. ft. of space, Arch is now building speculative business space throughout Northumberland. The first tenants moved into Blyth Workspace in March 2015, and a new office building in Berwick will be ready to occupy in 2016.
Coun Dave ledger, Arch chair and deputy leader of Northumberland County Council, said: “The Cramlington Network site is in a fantastic central location close amenities, and good transport links.
“Our aim is to offer high-quality purpose built industrial units and marks our continued investment into supporting businesses. I am sure the premises, once developed, will be much sought after.”