Construction work at Leominster Enterprise Park continues to gather pace with a start on six office units for small and medium sized businesses.
The development is the second to launch at the Advantage West Midlandsowned site in recent weeks with many more businesses poised to sign up for premises at the 30 acre site.
The latest units are being constructed by developers Tenzing of Shrewsbury, with freehold prices starting at £165,000.
The units in phase one of Tenzing's Leominster Business Plaza will be ready for occupation by Spring 2007.
Ten are already being constructed by Lancroft Developments and will be ready for occupation by October. Two have already been snapped up by local businesses including sign-writing concern, Sign-Rite.
Lancroft will shortly be releasing a new office development at the gateway to the site.
Construction is also set to kick off on a park police station.
Mark Pearce, partnerships director at AWM, said: "The buildings rising from the ground are a fantastic advert to the outside world that Leominster Enterprise Park is now in business.
"Although projects of this scale and ambition always take time to develop momentum, it is wonderful that around a third of the site is now sold or under offer."
Steve Jennings, managing director of Tenzing, said: "An office development such as this is new for Leominster so we are pleased that three units have already been reserved. We have remained flexible so that we are able to offer the accommodation in a range of sizes."
Coun Roger Phillips, leader of Herefordshire County Council, said: ''The Leominster Enterprise Park will have a positive impact on the north Here-fordshire economy and I am pleased that construction work is taking place across the site ."