A new high-quality Worcestershire office development, with the potential to create in the region of 50 jobs, is now available for immediate occupation.
Lydiate Business Park is positioned in a semi-rural location three miles south of Bromsgrove town centre, strategically situated on junction four of the M5 motorway - and is already the focus of attention from potential occupiers.
The scheme is a development by the Lear Group and its subsidiary company, Junction 4 Developments, and includes a farmhouse and barn refurbishment.
Andrew Smith, estates director of Lear Group, said that the largely open-plan accommodation would be suitable for SMEs, such as design companies, architectural practices and IT enterprises, and others operating within the professional services sector.
Ann Biddlestone, of the office agency team at international property consultancy King Sturge, which is marketing Lydiate Business Park, said that the scheme provides grade A specification accommodation totalling 4,674 sq ft of space.
The scheme, accessed by an electronically-operated security-gated entrance, comprises 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.
Ms Biddlestone added: "Lydiate Business Park offers tenants all the benefits associated with modern, high-quality air-conditioned offices.
"While it enjoys a superb rural location, it is also close enough to take advantage of the retail and leisure facilities at Bromsgrove and nearby Birmingham Great Park."
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.
King Sturge, together with Harris Lamb, is also marketing High Point Business Park in Worcester, which is being developed by Robert Hitchins Ltd on the site of the former Ronkswood Hospital.
The scheme is providing office accommodation of between 2,500 sq ft and 100,000 sq ft.
High Point Business Park, just one mile from Worcester city centre, is conveniently situated just a few minutes' drive of both junction six and junction seven of the M5.
Jonathan Carmalt, office agency partner at King Sturge, commented: "There is no doubt that the scheme will contribute further to the regeneration of this particular part of Worcester, which, because of its strategic location, has already attracted Worcester Fire Service HQ and companies such as W S Atkins and Century Housing Association.
Offices at High Point are for sale and to let. Rental figures are around £16 per sq ft.