A trio of small businesses have moved to new premises in the Black Country usual reserved for large-scale operations.
The Pensnett Estate, in Kingswinford, has welcomed parcel delivery operator Elaine Tomlin who has signed a two-year lease for a 1,290 sq ft hub after moving from Wombourne, in Staffordshire.
She runs the depot for Hermes and said a boom in the parcel delivery business meant she had to relocate to larger premises.
The estate has leased a 375 sq ft unit to FAS Window Films, a family business that has been taken over by brothers Dan and Lee Pearson following the retirement of their father David.
Making up the trio is mobile access equipment company Mech Services (GB) which needed additional storage space so has taken a lease on a 358 sq ft unit to complement its existing Brierley Hill base.
Paula James, sales negotiator at the estate's owner London & Cambridge Properties, said it was keen to help SMEs and micro-businesses that needed smaller units and spaces.
"As a property company, we are used to leasing units of thousands of square feet but it's important for us to be able to accommodate small or new businesses that need only a small space," she said.
"We would like to encourage more SMEs and micro-businesses to get in touch if they need premises."
The Pensnett Estate comprises approximately 2.3 million sq ft on a site of 185 acres, with 25 acres for future development of speculative or purpose built premises.
Existing tenants include Helix, Kennametal, Sven Christiansen and Intralox.