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HAT-TRICK OF DEALS AT HOLBROOK ENTERPRISE PARK

St Modwen, the UK’s leading Regeneration Specialist has three new occupiers totalling 23,000 sq ft of warehouse and office space at Holbrook Enterprise Park, Sheffield, Corporate Trends & La Beeby, Clan Engineering and Dandy Chicken.

Corporate Trends & La Beeby, providers of corporate clothing and spa and beauty uniforms, have taken 13,500 sq ft under a 10 year lease. 3,000 sq ft of office space was also fitted out by St. Modwen along with the provision of tailored heating and lighting requirements to the warehouse space.

Clan Engineering, who were previously based at Dinnington Business Centre have purchased a 3,100 sq ft unit along with a further 6,000 sq ft for Dandy Chicken who have taken a 10 year lease.

Holbrook Enterprise Park is positioned centrally within the popular Holbrook Industrial Estate just 4 miles from junction 31 of the M1 motorway and 5 miles south of Sheffield City Centre. The remaining units provide flexible space from 3,100 sq ft to 11,300 sq ft and are available for sale or to let.

Richard Bannister, Development Manager, St. Modwen Yorkshire & North East commented: “We are delighted to have achieved these high quality lettings with occupiers who continue to see opportunities to grow their businesses despite the ongoing difficult economic climate. At St. Modwen we pride ourselves on spending the time to understand tenant requirements and delivering high quality solutions to enable them to take their businesses forward.”

Richard Johns, Operations Director at Corporate Trends said: “We are a growing business and are looking to expand further in the future. Our new premises at Holbrook Enterprise Park will provide the platform to do just that. St. Modwen and their team have assisted us a great deal along the way and have provided us with the modern, fit for purpose building we needed.”

Knight Frank acted on behalf of St. Modwen in securing all three deals.

Holbrook Enterprise Park is an 81,000 sq ft development which was completed by St. Modwen at the end of 2008 and is now two thirds occupied.