Expert developer and regeneration specialist, St. Modwen, has leased the final vacant units at its 170,000 sq ft Bestwood Business Park in Nottingham to local business, Bonnington Plastics.
Bonnington Plastics – one of the UK’s leading importers and distributors of gardening, DIY, catering, leisure and homeware – has signed a five-year agreement at the site, moving into two industrial units totalling nearly 35,000 sq ft.
Bestwood Business Park is already home to an array of tenants, including fabric and craft experts, Zacksons, vehicle restoration experts, The Bodyshop, specialists printers, D-Signs & Print, leading shredding service Shredall Ltd and Streamline Logistics Limited.
Jonathan Green, Director of Asset Management at St. Modwen, said: “Bonnington Plastics is one of the UK’s fastest growing companies and complements Bestwood Business Park’s other tenants. We are pleased that this scheme is now fully let and that we have created a busy, thriving site.”
Sean Bremner, Partner at CPP – the agents for the site – added: “Bestwood Business Park is a real success story. The development offers a great deal of flexibility both in size and occupational terms. It’s great to hit 100% occupancy securing good calibre occupiers and this is testament to the opportunities for growth available here in what is a fantastic environment for businesses to develop.”
Located just five miles north of Nottingham city centre and three miles from the M1, Bestwood Business Park boasts industrial warehousing, office and compound space.