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NG Chartered Surveyors broker first pre-let deal at prestigious Nottingham office development

Commercial property specialist, NG Chartered Surveyors, has brokered the first pre-let deal at one of Nottingham’s most prestigious new office developments.

07/06/2019 1 min read

Private banking and wealth management company, Brown Shipley, has signed a lease to take Unit 1 Edwalton Business Park, which consists of nearly 6,000 sq ft of Grade A office space.

NG’s Richard Sutton says: ‘This exciting development is a long-overdue addition to Nottingham’s office market. Everything about the project is of the highest quality – from the location, through to the design and the specification, all focused on securing the highest calibre of occupier, such as Brown Shipley.

‘It’s testament to both the quality of this multi-million pound development and our market knowledge that we were able to secure a pre-let to Brown Shipley, and we wish them every success in their new home. We’re already engaged in talks with other occupiers of similar pedigree, who have been looking for new, high quality office space and have been frustrated at what Nottingham has had to offer.’

Edwalton Business Park is Nottingham’s first speculatively built Grade A office development for a decade and the amount of excitement the project has already generated is testament to the pent-up levels of demands, adds Richard. NG Chartered Surveyors is working in conjunction with joint agent Meaures & Co and architect Rayner Davies. 

When completed, Edwalton Business Park will offer just under 24,000 sq ft in four self-contained offices. The two-storey buildings will be of high architectural merit, set within landscaped grounds and will provide ample car parking. 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. 

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