The strength of the Surrey industrial property market has been underlined with the completion of a 7,000 sq ft letting to technology company Hydronix at the latest phase of St. Modwen’s Henley Business Park near Guildford.
Hydronix, which joins other top businesses in the park, is the world’s leading manufacturer of digital microwave measurement technology.
David Bowen, of joint letting agent, Curchod & Co, commented: “High specification industrial and distribution space is in demand across the region. This early deal with Hydronix in this fourth and final phase of the development confirms Henley Park is a high-quality business destination, suitable for the needs of the modern occupier.”
Senior Development Manager at St. Modwen, David McGougan said: “St. Modwen has always had great confidence in the Surrey market. With now a total of 310,000 sq ft of floor space having been developed in 25 buildings providing nearly 500 jobs and all the first three phases fully occupied. The Hydronix deal on the extension caps this and reinforces that Henley Business Park is undoubtedly the proven location of choice for businesses in Surrey.”
Henley Business Park is the largest commercial regeneration project in West Surrey and when fully occupied will provide employment for nearly 500 people.
Curchod & Co and JLL are the joint letting agents for Henley Business Park.
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