COMPANIES in Mansfield are bucking the financial trend by taking on units at an industrial estate- bringing it to full capacity.
An electrical wholesaler, a car servicing franchise, an automotive paint repair franchise and a plastics firm have all taken units at Abbey Trade Park in Mansfield.
Property agent Innes England and FHP Property Consultants have successfully secured the deals in what has been an active period of lettings at the popular development.
Hi Q, a car servicing franchise, has moved in, as has YESSS Electrical, a new electrical wholesaler.
ChipsAway has established a new base to provide car body and paintwork repairs, while Tru Plastics has also chosen Abbey Trade Park.
Acting on behalf of Abbeyfield Estates, Innes England and FHP Property Consultants brought the four businesses to the popular trading estate on Hermitage Lane, which is already home to tenant Screwfix.
Scott Osborne, associate director at Innes England, said: “The four lettings so close together suggests the demand for this type of industrial unit is holding steady.
“All companies are experiencing considerable growth and needed premises that can support their plans.
“Abbey Trade Park is a good accessible location and I wish Tru Plastics, YESSS Electrical, ChipsAway and Hi Q all the best for the future.”
The trade park is situated just off the A617 close to Mansfield and is only five miles from the M1and 14 miles from Nottingham.
Laura West, surveyor at FHP Property Consultants, commented: “The success story at Abbey Trade Park over the last 12 months in my opinion makes this estate the best performing trade park within Nottinghamshire.
“All four tenants appear to be trading well and we wish them every success for the future in this first class location.”