Lettings success continues at business centre
Leases have been signed on two office buildings at Almondsbury Business Centre in north Bristol.
The lettings of Bradbrooke House and Draycott House mean that the business park is now 93% let, with only one suite of 3,500 sq ft in Stanway House available to rent.
Brandon Trust, a charity which supports around 1,600 children, young people and adults with a learning disability or autism, has leased Draycott House. Draycott House is a detached building which provides 5,531 sq ft of office space and will be the charity’s new head office following its relocation from Olympus House in Patchway. The charity, which was represented by Burston Cook, has agreed a 10 year lease.
The second letting at the business park was to Kinherit, a law firm specialising in wills and trusts. Kinherit has taken a five year lease on Bradbrooke House, another standalone two storey building providing 4,142 sq ft of flexible office space with its own entrance and allocated parking.
Tom Dugay of Alder King’s office agency team said: “Demand for good quality self-contained office buildings and small office suites in north Bristol remains consistently solid. The buildings at Almondsbury Business Centre are flexible and provide a good range of accommodation sizes for organisations looking to either downsize or expand and provide a higher standard of accommodation for their staff.”
The joint agent is Hartnell Taylor Cook.