Landa secures 9,000 sq ft HQ for family business
Landa Associates – a new venture led by renowned chartered surveyor Sunny Landa FRICS – has completed an off-market deal to let 9,000 sq ft of space at Moorgreen Industrial Park to local family business Prosign Print & Production Limited.
Landa acted on behalf of Wistow Properties to broker the lease on Units 3 and 4 at Harry’s Court.
Prosign provides large format printing, POS and display products. The firm has expanded into the units following a period of growth which has also seen it invest heavily in new machinery and technology. The move has enabled the company to broaden its offering to include vehicle wraps and exhibition stands.
Prosign’s new headquarters in Moorgreen was built to high specification around 20 years ago. Both units boast 6m eaves, with the premises also benefiting from a sizeable yard and 20 parking spaces.
Sunny Landa FRICS said: “I’m delighted to have secured this deal for my clients Wistow Properties. It’s clear that economic headwinds aren’t adversely impacting the industrial market, and this deal shows that by knowing your market you can still achieve great results. I’m incredibly pleased for my client and, of course, for Prosign, who are a fantastic family business.”
Steve Hardy, managing director of Prosign Print & Production Limited, said: “I’d like to thank Sunny for all of his hard work on this deal. He was a joy to work with and made the process seem effortless. By taking the lease on these units we’ve really put a marker down. Prosign is here to stay and we’re looking forward to taking the business to the next level here in Moorgreen.”
A spokesperson for the landlord Wistow Properties, added: “We would highly recommend Sunny to any landlord looking to maximise the value of their investments. The result he has achieved here is astonishing given the economic climate. We are also very happy to secure such a great tenant in Prosign. It was a pleasure to do business with Steve and we wish the company every success in their new home.”
Landa made headlines last year when he became a RICS Fellow at the age of just 36 – making him one of the youngest chartered surveyors in the country to receive the accolade.