Fire safety glass group takes 10-year lease at Haydock site
Caisson Investment Management has let its 62,516 sq ft new-build Merseyside industrial unit, Haydock 60, to Pyroguard UK, on behalf of landlords PATRIZIA.
Pyroguard, part of the Technical Fire Safety Group and a global independent provider of fire safety glass, has taken a 10-year lease on the detached unit on the prominent three acre site, in addition to its existing premises adjacent to Haydock 60.
James Ward at Caisson said: “We are delighted to confirm the letting of Haydock 60 to Pyroguard.
“The unit was speculatively constructed with the aim of filling a gap in much needed supply of modern new build units in prime locations such as this.
“The decision to speculatively construct this unit has not only been rewarded by the speedy letting to Pyroguard, but has also transformed the entrance to Haydock Industrial Estate, having replaced two smaller, second-hand units which were demolished to make way for the new facility.”
Neil Tilsley, Pyroguard chief executive, said: “The relocation of our second UK-based factory to this brand new facility forms a significant investment for us and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the growth and ongoing success of the Pyroguard Group.
“Haydock 60 has equipped us with greater production capacity to provide a best in class service to our customers, whilst also bringing additional job opportunities to the surrounding local areas as we continue to grow our team.”
Darren Hill at CBRE secured the letting on behalf of Caisson, with B8 Real Estate and Davies Harrison acting as joint agents. Pyroguard UK was represented by David Newman from Matthews & Goodman.