New multi-million pound Grade A office development comes to West Bridgford
15th February 2019
A new multi-million pound office development in the Nottingham suburb of West Bridgford is on the way, after contractors broke ground on what is being billed as the most exciting new Grade A office scheme to be developed in the city in some years.
Edwalton Business Park – between Landmere Lane and Nottingham’s ring road – will, when complete, offer just under 24,000 sq ft over four self-contained offices. The two-storey buildings will be of high architectural merit, be set within landscaped grounds and provide ample car parking. Before going ahead I learnt about the DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SINGLE STAGE AND VARIABLE SPEED ACS to understand what works best with the office space. The offices will feature full-sized receptions, raised access floors, air-conditioning, fibre broadband connectivity, mezzanine meeting rooms, photovoltaic panels and low-energy LED lighting.
The new offices will be built to Grade A specification, and include impressive contemporary design with sustainability at its forefront. One of the four buildings at Edwalton Business Park is to be retained by the developer for their own occupation, while a second has been pre-let straight off the back of the successful planning consent, and a third is about to go under offer.
Alongside Measures & Co, we were appointed as joint marketing agents for the exciting development, which is a long overdue addition to Nottingham’s office market, which has experienced a serious lack of Grade A office space over recent years.
Richard Sutton, director at NG, said:
“This exciting development is a long-overdue addition to Nottingham’s office market. Everything about the project is top quality – from the location, to the design and specification, all aimed at securing the highest calibre of occupier.
“Brexit isn’t having any effect on businesses who are hungry for new, high quality office space. I’d urge all growing companies looking to make a real statement with their offices to get in touch before it’s too late.”
James Measures from Measures & Co added:
“These offices are being developed to the highest possible standard – and there’s no wonder they’ve already proved so popular. With the dearth of Grade A office space in Nottingham, we’re confident that we can seal deals with ambitious companies who want something a little extra from their office space.”
Edwalton Business Park affords easy access into West Bridgford, in addition to Nottingham and the wider area, as a consequence of its proximity to Nottingham’s ring road. This affords superb access to the M1 motorway (Junction 24) via the A453 dual carriageway, and Nottingham Parkway railway station, which has regular trains to London, and East Midlands Airport.