Final phase at Eagle Business Park, Yaxley is landing smoothly
The Final phase at Eagle Business Park in Yaxley is landing smoothly, confirms sole agent Eddisons.
Barnack Estates UK Ltd has now completed the construction of an 18 acre site at the second phase of Eagle Business Park. Since the launch of this phase at the end of 2017, Eagle has been a remarkably successful industrial scheme, due to the quality of the units and environment created.
Rob Facer, Chairman, Barnack Estates UK Ltd, commented, “We are delighted to help meet the employment and industrial growth in the area. We have developed nearly 250,000 sq ft of space constructed in 116 units in this phase which has led to hundreds of new jobs”
Eagle Business Park, which fronts on to Broadway, Yaxley was established in 2010 and the first phases were soon successfully developed by Barnack Estates UK Ltd to occupy its original 25.7 acre site. This second phase sees a further 18.38 acres of commercial development, a total of 44.08 acres by Barnack Estates UK Ltd.
Given its location – with good road access to Peterborough’s Parkway road system and the A1(M) Norman Cross junction, Eagle Business Park has always seen a good mix of trade counter, light industrial, showroom and food sector tenant occupiers and freehold owners.
16 companies that have moved to site since September include JFO Communications Ltd, RJR Contracts, Halo Renewables, Provance Media, Market Ready (Peterborough) Ltd, Vale Select Motors Ltd, Trailer Vision Ltd, Nene Valley Flooring Ltd, Cambridge Medical Ltd, Warehouse Collective Ltd, Suprima Service Ltd, Aligned Concept Engineering Ltd, Vault Tech Holdings Ltd, Pro-Bake Ltd T/A Combilift Ltd, Verde Group Ltd and CTE Services Ltd.
Richard Jones, Director at Eddisons, commented, “The remarkable take up on Eagle Business Park has been due to the quality of the units and environment created. Eagle Business Park has set standards for industrial development with treelined estate roads and a pleasant working environment being key, as well as a lack of modern industrial units being available in Peterborough and further afield. Relocations from Sudbury, Cambridge, St Ives, St Neots, London as well as Peterborough, has led to a good mix of occupiers from specialist bottling companies to 3D printers, electrical contractors, lash and brow training and other beauty treatments, as well as traditional printers and internet distributors, amongst others.’’
A few freehold and leasehold units remain available in unit sizes from 900 to 2,895 sq ft.
For more information about units at Eagle Business Park, Yaxley contact the sole agent, Richard Jones at Eddisons on 01733 897722 or visit https://www.eddisons.com/property-search.