The first two occupiers have signed up at Chertsey Business Park.

Runnymede Borough Council has announced fragrance company Ultra International UK has moved into a 6,200 sq ft unit while Marathon Bags has taken a 4,000 sq ft one next door.

The new 62,000 sq ft park, built by Chancerygate for Runnymede Borough Council on a two-acre site it owns on the Hanworth Lane industrial estate, opened in October 2020.

Both new occupiers point to transport links, including proximity to Heathrow, as key advantages to the site.

Marathon Bags director Simon Worthington said the site also offers easy access to sister company AlleyCatz.

He added: “The increasing migration to online web purchasing and fulfilment means the new Chertsey acquisition provides us with a springboard to co-ordinate and expand our bespoke services and footprint in the UK for both companies.”

The park has units ranging from 3,756 sq ft to 7,300 sq ft for office, research and development, light industrial, storage and distribution uses (classes B1c, B2 and B8).


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