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Truemans, trade supplier of windows, doors and conservatories, has doubled its industrial space at Holbrook Enterprise Park in Sheffield in order to support the expanding business. The company worked with the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, St. Modwen, which owns and manages the Enterprise Park, to relocate to a 6,000 sq ft unit, just three years after opening its first branch in Sheffield. 

Truemans has agreed a ten year lease, which will enable the company to expand their sales and create seven additional jobs in Sheffield.

Rob Richardson, Asset and Development Manager at St. Modwen, said: “We maintain a direct and strong dialogue with our tenants to ensure we know their business, their plans and how this relates to the property they occupy. We worked closely with Truemans to understand their growth plans and worked up a solution that allowed them to relocate to larger unit without interrupting trade, thus securing their presence in the local area.”

Joe Trueman, Managing Director at Truemans (South Yorkshire) Ltd, said: “Holbrook Enterprise Park is a modern and attractive development and in the right location. Our business has been very successful here and we are pleased that we have been able to relocate to a larger unit and remain at Holbrook. By taking a very flexible and straightforward approach to our lease St. Modwen has supported our expanding business and removed a lot of the disruption associated with relocation.”

Holbrook Enterprise Park forms part of the established Holbrook Industrial Estate, located close to M1 Motorway and Sheffield City Centre. Occupiers on the Park include Country Fresh Foods and GDL Air Systems. Over 85% of the Estate is currently let, with just two units now available for lease.