Arlington has let 10,854 sq ft at Uxbridge Business Park to pharmaceutical company Daiichi Sankyo to house its UK headquarters.

The Japanese drugs giant has taken a 10-year lease on the second floor of Building 4 and will relocate from Gerrards Cross.

Dan Pagella, commercial director at Arlington, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Daiichi Sankyo to Uxbridge Business Park as they continue to grow their UK business.

“We’ve invested substantially in the park, creating a really special environment that supports our occupiers in attracting and retaining the best talent to grow and develop their businesses.

“The amenities, events and lifestyle support we’ve developed, combined with our ability to accommodate requirements from a single desk to a self-contained headquarters, gives us everything we need to provide our customers with the best possible support.

“We’re looking forward to seeing Daiichi Sankyo continue to flourish on the park.”

Manuel Reiberg, general manager for Daiichi Sankyo UK Ltd said: “As a company we are very excited about how the head office relocation will help provide the springboard to take our organisation to the next level.

“The organisation has been undergoing significant growth during the past three years and we believe that Uxbridge Business Park’s facilities, premium office setting and connectivity to London will help to sustain and support that projected growth.

“I am excited about the impact our new setting will have on stimulating greater collaboration between colleagues, spur creative ways of working, and help us to deliver for the customers, healthcare professionals and patients which we serve.”

Uxbridge Business Park has an amenity hub, called the Clubhouse along with meeting rooms, studio space and restaurant, plus sports facilities with an all-weather five-a-side pitch and multi-use games area, all run by the park’s full-time lifestyle manager.

Earlier this year, Arlington launched its Adapt by Arlington co-working concept on the park where space is provided on an all-inclusive basis.

JLL acted for Daiichi Sankyo while Arlington was represented by BNP PRE.

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