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St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, is encouraging Gloucestershire businesses to take advantage of commercial opportunities at its £150 million Littlecombe scheme in Dursley as the town centre continues to receive inward investment.

In 2006, St. Modwen carried out a £2 million refurbishment of Drake House, a 21,250 sq ft building consisting of open plan air conditioned office space with suites ranging from 500 sq ft to over 4,000 sq ft. Located off Long Street, Drake House is conveniently located within close distance to town centre amenities and public transport links.

Janine Parker, Asset Manager for St. Modwen in the South West commented: “Drake House offers flexible office space on attractive terms and is ideally located in the heart of the Littlecombe development which will see significant investment over the next few years”.

“With Littlecombe Business Park near by almost fully occupied with three new companies signing last month further strengthened by ongoing improvements to the town centre with the new Sainsbury’s store and Rednock School now open, Dursley is becoming increasingly attractive as a place to live and work.

“We are offering flexible terms for interested occupiers with rents starting from £100 per week and space available from 500 sq ft. Current occupiers include Stroud College, Rowley Associates and Process Concept and we’d welcome interest from any small and large companies or organisations”.

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