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Tewkesbury business park fully let

The Commercial Agency team at KBW have announced that following the completion of a new lease for Unit 2, Shannon Point is now fully occupied.

Sterling is the latest company to join Shannon Point, although the company is not new to the area having occupied another five units close by for many years.

Sterling is a national supplier and distributor to the kitchen studio and merchant sector. The company has been sourcing and supplying some of the most iconic kitchen products from around the world for nearly 20 years.

Unit 2 extends to just over 2,100 sq ft with an eaves height of approximately 7m, and forms part of a terrace of modern steel portal frame units.

Shannon Point remains popular due to its convenient access to the Midlands and South West via the M5, and London via the A417/9 dual carriageway and the M4 motorway. Other occupiers within the immediate vicinity include Plumb Centre, Prima Coffee Supplies and AMS Motorcycles.

Senior Director Richard Knightley comments: "Demand for this sized unit remains popular, particularly where there is scope for a mezzanine floor to be added. We are pleased to have quickly found a tenant for Unit 2 on behalf of a long standing client of KBW".

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