South Gloucestershire business park opens following completion of work

A new business park in South Gloucestershire has opened following the completion of work on the site.

Armstrong Business Park in Yate has already agreed the freehold sale of all six units at the park, which was built by Bristol-based development company Baylis Estates.

The new occupiers are pressure gauge and instrument manufacturer and repairer SM Gauge; self-storage firm UK Storage; bespoke fitted furniture and joinery business Make by Design; and Paligap, a wholesaler of bikes, parts and cycling accessories.

David Mace, managing director of Baylis Estates, said: “Such was the appetite for this well-located development, we have achieved 100% take-up with the sale of the freeholds of all six units agreed to four purchasers ahead of completion.

“The demand for these units reflects the need for quality, sub 10,000 sq ft space, in a prime location that makes it ideal for growing businesses.”

Three of the new occupiers are relocating to the 30,000 sq ft park from other sites in South Gloucestershire and Bristol.

A number of organisations were involved in the scheme including Noma Architects; TM Ventham; Waite Associates; LPC Trull; Corkish Construction; Alder King; Carter Jonas; and Thrings.

Mr Mace added: “The Baylis Estates team would like to thank all the organisations involved in the successful completion of Armstrong Business Park.”

Baylis Estates is behind a number of developments in the Bristol region including the new ice rink at The Venue, Cribbs Causeway, and the adjoining Jaguar Land Rover dealership and Costa Coffee Drive Thru.

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Hannah BakerSouth West Business Editor