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St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, has completed a hat trick of new deals at its Woodingdean Business Park. Hot on the heels of its deal to build a state of the art production unit for Brighton success story Reflex Nutrition in August and eight other lettings in the last few months, Red Bedlam Ltd, BLB & CCL (Peacehaven) Ltd, have all moved into office space. The deals make Woodingdean Business Park the location of choice for all types of ambitious businesses.

Chartered surveyors BLB has purchased two new self contained office units extending to 3,760 sq ft on the third phase of the park. It is accompanied by disabled care providers CCL (Peacehaven) Ltd who has taken a single unit of 1,880 sq ft. This means that only five out of sixteen of these office units remain available for rent or purchase. At the same time, software designers Red Bedlam Ltd has taken an office suite of 2,205 sq ft within Castle House, the landmark multi-let office building on the entrance to the park, which has just had a comprehensive refresh of its common’s areas to celebrate its fifth birthday.

Nick Kay, Development Director at St. Modwen, said: “We are determined that our rate of success on the park will not slow down. Our unique rent-to-buy offer on our self contained offices in phase three will continue to attract ambitious businesses to occupy the last few units.

“St. Modwen is also preparing to commence phase four of the Park, which will include six new small industrial and warehouse units. These will range in size from 1,345 sq ft to 2,639 sq ft for sale which is all great news for the local economy.”

Companies wishing to register their interest in these units should contact Simon Forrest at Oakley Commercial on 01273 688882, who represents St. Modwen.

Woodingdean Business Park currently comprises 75,000 sq ft of office and industrial accommodation and is superbly located to access the A27 and the strategic road network. The Business Park has been developed in six phases since 2005 and now only phase six remains unallocated. Phase six provides ‘design and build’ opportunities for office or industrial buildings, ranging from 12,000 to 20,000 sq ft.