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St. Modwen Park Gloucester welcomes two new tenants

St. Modwen Logistics has revealed the addition of two new occupiers to its business park in Gloucester, as demand soars for its small and mid-box warehouse space.

St. Modwen Park Gloucester, close to Junction 12 of the M5, welcomes businesses Great British Card Company which will occupy a 74,000 sq ft unit, as well as Gardiner Bros & Co expanding to occupy a further 54,422 sq ft at the park.

St. Modwen said all units benefit from the Swan Standard Responsible Business guidelines that ensure its business parks are delivered to a BREEAM Excellent standard.

Polly Troughton, managing director at St. Modwen Logistics, said: "The resilience of SMEs and their confidence to bounce back as we recover from the pandemic is encouraging.

"We are experiencing increased demand for our small and mid-box warehouse accommodation from this group of customers and are welcoming many of them to St. Modwen Logistics. SMEs contribute significantly to the UK's future economic growth and, to ensure they get a leg-up, we offer flexibility and are responsive to their individual needs.

"We are committed to delivering the highest quality product across our parks and put customer needs and sustainability at the heart of our specification, whether this is for top named brands and logistics companies or for local SMEs. The mix of businesses, and their choice of our parks, is testament to how we are able to support the specific needs of our customers to grow and thrive in their new places."

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