Harvington Underwriting Ltd is just one of the businesses which is moving into Abbey Lane, enticed by the convenient location and the modern facilities which include comfort cooling, suspended ceilings with recessed lighting and a generous allocation of dedicated on-site car parking. Timothy Lea & Griffiths, one of the joint agents for the scheme, gives further testimony to the location by also deciding to purchase one of the buildings to house their growing commercial property department.
Harvington Trustee, Martin Gibbins said: “For a number of reasons, we felt that the time had come for a move and we wanted new premises that would offer a better perception of our business. Our new office on Abbey Lane will achieve this by providing visitors with a modern, welcoming environment and because of its location, staff benefit from remaining close to all town centre amenities. In addition, the office provides all the facilities we need to continue running a successful business. Making this purchase means we will, for the first time, own our own premises and Abbey Lane presented an investment opportunity that was too good to miss.”
Leading Midlands office specialists, KWB, regional agent for the development, says that courtyard office schemes such as Abbey Lane are increasingly popular for businesses and as investment opportunities. KWB partner, John Bryce explained: “KWB currently has around eighteen schemes on its books from Telford to Cirencester and from Worceester to Coventry. There is a huge appeal to many small and medium sized businesses in having their own front door and we are seeing many businesses purchasing their own small units on a courtyard scheme.”
Pictured here is Tony Rowland of local agent Timothy Lea & Griffiths who are marketing Abbey Lane as joint agents with KWB, Jane Dobson of Wychavon District Council and Martin Gibbins, Trustee of Harvington Underwriting Ltd who have acquired Unit 9.
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