Norse Trade Park expands occupancy levels with 10-year deal
Auto services group, Mr Tyre, has sealed a 10-year lease for a new 5,000 sq ft unit in Congleton.
The Lichfield-based national business will operate at Norse Trade Park as the company expands its operations across the North West.
Mr Tyre is an independently-owned tyre dealer and repair shop with 36 branches across central and Northern England. The company has two existing branches in Greater Manchester.
Norse Trade Park is a 45,000 sq ft urban logistics scheme delivered and owned by developer Chancerygate and comprises 10 units ranging between 2,900 sq ft to 9,910 sq ft.
Following the completion of the lease, Mr Tyre will use the unit as its 37th centre in the UK as the company further grows its footprint in the region.
Norse Trade Park is located off Viking Way within Congleton Business Park, one mile from Congleton town centre and directly connected to the £90m Congleton Link Road.
There are four units remaining at the scheme available on a leasehold basis, ranging in size from 3,000 sq ft to 5,300 sq ft. Current occupiers at the development include national trade kitchen supplier Howdens and painting and decorating supplier PaintWell.
Chancerygate development director, Chris Brown, who is based in the company’s Warrington office, said: “We are pleased to welcome Mr Tyre to Norse Trade Park and help the company grow its presence in the North West.
“The deal further emphasises the strength of this location and scheme for national and regional occupiers alike. We are now 60% occupied with significant tenant interest in remaining units.”