Wednesday, September 23, 2020

20,000ft² let at Melton Mowbray business park

20,503ft² has been let at Pera Business Park to Waverly Carbon.

Nigel Brown of Pera Business Park and Chris Proctor of FHP Property Consultants, the marketing agent, confirmed the letting, which sees the majority of the ground floor workshop/warehouse space within the rear building of Pera Business Park now occupied to a single tenant on a long term lease.

Nigel Brown of Pera Business Park said: “We are very happy to have successfully filled the workshop. It’s another positive step for the business park and Melton Mowbray to attract a company like Waverly Carbon that wants space for an engineering research and development project.”

Daniel Turner of Waverly Carbon said: “With its well lit space, overhead cranage, and substantial power provision the workshop on the Pera Business Park in Melton Mowbray ticks all our boxes. With fantastic support from Pera’s helpful and friendly management team, we are very pleased with the location of our new production plant. We look forward to a long and fruitful association with Pera Business Park.”

Waverly Carbon is a producer of sustainable material used in the rubber,  plastics and coatings industries.

Chris Proctor of FHP Property Consultants who brokered the deal said: “FHP were appointed by Nigel at Pera Business Park to find a single tenant for their large warehouse/workshop space, which had historically been a multi-let space with a high level of management required. After producing detailed marketing and working with Nigel for several months, we agreed a deal with Waverly Carbon who are an excellent fit for the building and highlights a major letting for Melton Mowbray and North Leicestershire.”

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