First was the letting of the highly impressive rural conversion developed by local architects Purple Sprouting Broccoli at New House Farm Business Centre in Edgstone.
The office which provides 2,400 sq ft. was let to MDG, a well-known Warwickshire based firm of architects and quantity surveyors. The firm is known as a leading design consultancy for automotive sale centres.
In order to facilitate this expansion MDG vacated an equally impressive conversion in the heart of Warwick – the Old Library Extension at 12 Church Street.
Bromwich Hardy were delighted to achieve a seamless re-letting of the office to expanding Warwick based financial recovery specialists Senate Recovery Limited.
Senate specialise in assisting companies who are experiencing debt issues and their team includes insolvency practitioners, bankruptcy advisors and corporate insolvency specialists. Senates’ expansion into the Old Library Extension heralds further growth into a third Warwick office.
Both deals were agreed within weeks of Bromwich Hardy’s instruction to market. Iain Critchlow of Bromwich Hardy says. “We are delighted to be actively involved in both of these good news stories for Warwickshire, and the speed of these lettings sets a positive tone for the year ahead.