Midland property agents were treated to an aerial view of Worcestershire's latest office scheme when developers Lear Group provided their company helicopter for guests attending the official launch of Lydiate Business Park.
The business park provides Grade A specification space in two self-contained two-storey detached office buildings, Ash House, which offers 2,851 sq ft of space, and the smaller Beech House, where 1,823 sq ft is available.
Now available for immediate occupation, the scheme is a development by the Lear Group and its subsidiary company, Junction 4 Developments, and includes a farmhouse and barn refurbishment. It is positioned in a semi-rural location three miles from Bromsgrove town centre, strategically situated on junction 4 of the M5 motorway.
Andrew Smith, estates director of Lear Group, said: "It's easy enough for potential tenants to see all the benefits of the development when they inspect the buildings from ground level. But a helicopter flight certainly brings home the full effect of the business park's strategic location."
Ann Biddlestone, of the office agency team at international property consultancy King Sturge, which is marketing Lydiate Business Park, added: "Not only that, but the flight also helped to reinforce one of the advantages of the site - a high parking ratio and enough space for an occupier to position even a helicopter next to the front door of his office."
She said the largely open-plan accommodation was suitable for SMEs, such as design companies, architectural practices and IT enterprises, and others operating within the professional services sector.
The development, which includes security features such as CCTV and excellent parking facilities, is situated just 200 yards from the M5, which in turn provides easy access to the M6, M42, M40 and M50 motorways.