Networkcentre now fully let after local firm’s relocation
Speculative-build Agecroft Networkcentre at Swinton, Greater Manchester, is fully let after the final space was signed up in the popular industrial park.
Terms were agreed with Parkside Windows & Conservatories by asset and property managers NSM.
The enterprise, run by owner Lee Hudson, has been supplying and fitting homeowners with a range of windows and doors, as well as high-end conservatories and orangeries for more than 20 years.
Parkside Windows & Conservatories has agreed a three-year lease on Unit 5, which offers 770 sq ft for the company, which is relocating from its existing Swinton base.
Agecroft Networkcentre is located on Lamplight Way, just off the A666 and A580 at Swinton.
The site, overall, provides 30,619 sq ft in 18 high-quality self-contained workspace units. Other tenants currently on the site include CGlass Manchester, Signals IT, Sharman Group and Tru Plastics.
It also benefits from CCTV and is a secure gated estate with 24hr access, three phase electricity, and internal repairing leases. The units range from 770 to 2,644 sq ft.
NSM head of property, Dave Harrison, said: “Agecroft Networkcentre is a high-quality build that offers flexible space for SMEs that want to enjoy the transport links Swinton has to offer onto the nearby A580 and M60.
“Parkside Windows & Conservatories is a growing family business with an excellent reputation and they are a great addition to the other entrepreneurial businesses we have at Agecroft.”