Screwfix and Howdens Joinery move into A38 Castlewood Business Park

They will rub shoulders with the Shell service station, the Greggs and Costa Coffee units already in place in the park.

However, a fifth unit of 3,982 square feet remains available.

The final unit is approximately 370 m2 (3,982 ft2) and is available for occupancy – say FHP Property Consultants.

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Screwfix and Howdens Joinery move into A38 Castlewood Business Park

FHP urges potential tenants to come forward and fill the empty space.

They said: “The final unit in this five unit program is a tremendous opportunity for trading posts or even standard warehouses or industrial operators to lease prime new build space adjacent to the A38 and a few minutes from Junction 28 of the M1 itself.

“The strength of the location is evident from the fact that four of the units have already been let, Howdens Joinery taking two and Screwfix taking two – and both are expected to be operational and to market in the very near future.”

The news comes as another 18,000 square foot unit has been built and sold to a local occupant – with more details to follow.

James Richards, Director of Development at Clowes Developments, said: “We are delighted with this latest deal, having lived and breathed Castlewood now for nearly 15 years.

“It’s great to see the wide range of quality occupants we have and I’m sure the last unit in this program will be rented out quickly.

“We have news of further deals at Castlewood to present shortly and I am sure this market-leading business park will continue to go from strength to strength as we reach the point of having almost developed the entire program. .”

For more information on the latest trading desk available at Castlewood Business Park, please contact Tim Gilbertson via email [email protected] or Chris Proctor via email [email protected]

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