Friday, August 12, 2022

Major warehouse sales completed

FHP Property Consultants has sold Conspare and Prospare’s former site at Bestwood Road, Pinxton to SIS Pitches, after completing the former’s move to Castlewood Business Park, taking a bespoke design and build unit for their new home.

An internationally recognised leader in sports pitches, SIS Pitches will utilise the Bestwood Road site for their own occupation and investment.

James Bullock, Managing Director of Conspare and Prospare Limited, said: “Having built both of our businesses at Bestwood Road over the last 45 years, we are sorry to be leaving our long-term home as a result of continued expansion.

“However, it’s good to know that we are leaving our Pinxton site in the hands of Paul and his team at SIS Pitches, who have been great to work with throughout the sale and handover process. We wish them every success in the future.”

Paul Barker, Managing Director of SIS Pitches, the new owners of Bestwood Road, Pinxton said: “We are delighted to have moved to our new property. The whole process from start to finish has been smooth with a special thank you to Chris Proctor of FHP for assisting us every step of the way. We also have gained some new friends in James and David Bullock (Prospare / Conspare) who have been fantastic sellers. The new facility will really allow us to expand our operation and fulfil our long-term business plans.”

Chris Proctor and Tim Gilbertson of FHP Property Consultants said: “Overall, this has been an excellent result for all parties involved with Conspare and Prospare moving to a superb new facility to aid their further expansion and growth, along with being able to find a new home for SIS Pitches. We are delighted to be involved in both transactions and are pleased to see both these businesses growing in the local area.”

Freeths Solicitors acted on behalf of Conspare in relation to the property transactions.

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