A new 62,937 sq ft business park for up to 12 occupiers in Chertsey has been launched to the market.

Chertsey Business Park has been set up by Runnymede Borough Council on a two-acre site it owns on the Hanworth Lane industrial estate and is being marketed by Chancerygate.

The council expects the first tenants to move in in the New Year.

Cllr Nick Prescot, leader of the council, said: “We are ambitious for the future of the borough and working with the private sector means we can drive new jobs by creating the kind of premises businesses are looking for. Ultimately, a strong business community supports a vibrant town and the wider population through a healthy local economy.

“At a time when jobs are uncertain in some sectors, I’m pleased we’re able to offer businesses a quality location at competitive rates.”

“Firms considering re-location but which still need great access to London and the south east for distribution would be really well placed to take a serious look at this site.”

Units range 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). Units could be combined up to a size of 45,973 sq ft.

The scheme’s EPC rating is A.

Visit: https://www.chancerygate.com/current-projects/chertsey-business-park/

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