A new business park in Chester, which is currently under construction, is seeking tenants ahead of its opening next year.
Cheshire Live reported that the Dee View Trade and Business Park, which is located on Bumpers Lane, will be home to ten business units and five trade counter industrial units.
The owners are seeking small and medium-sized businesses in the local area to move into the space, with the news provider noting that some of the funds for the development of the site came from Cheshire West and Chester Council’s Property Reinvestment Programme.
Under this scheme, money made from the sale of council commercial properties is reinvested into developing new spaces like this for small and medium-sized enterprises.
Director of Leget Owen, the agent appointed to market the site, Stephen Wade told the news provider that the scheme will help fill a gap in the market for this kind of business premises.
“This scheme is very much aligned with the market need and we are very much looking forward to working with the council to deliver early lettings,” he added.
Chester is doing a fair bit to support its local businesses at present. Earlier this month Leader Live reported on the extension of the Love Local loyalty scheme that’s set to continue for another year.
The initiative was piloted by the town’s Business Improvement District (BID) - CH1ChesterBID - with marketing manager Judy Tagell telling the news provider that the feedback was so positive they extended the scheme for 12 months after its initial launch in July.
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