Friday, August 12, 2022

Office activity continues on Pride Park as private investor snaps up two-storey business premises

FHP Property Consultants have completed on the sale of 10 Royal Scot Road on Pride Park, Derby to a local investor.

The property was sold on behalf of private clients who are relocating to a larger premises close by, which shows that there is still a desire for businesses to remain in the Pride Park area.

Dan Mooney of FHP Property Consultants said: “To have concluded this sale is fantastic and I wish both the vendor and new owners every success with their respective moves.

“The need for office premises across Derby is slowly on the rise again, and it is clear to see that Pride Park remains a significant focus in Derby.

“Unfortunately, at present there aren’t many, if any, freehold options out there to cater to the interest we are currently receiving.”

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