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New Development Re-Emerges After Recession

The Commercial Division in King’s Lynn is at the forefront of the development process as confidence returns to the market after several years spent riding out the choppy waters resulting from the ‘Credit Crunch’ and the economic recession that followed in its wake.

Brown & Co are now offering brand-new speculatively built business units with completion anticipated for this Summer and construction about to get underway. The units are available on a leasehold or freehold basis and are based on a 2,400 sf/223sqm  footprint but with 20ft/6m clear height they are capable of accommodating a full mezzanine which would allow an occupier double the floorspace.

Comprising 7 units in a single terrace, they will each be finished to a shell specification thereby allowing end users to fit out to their own particular requirements. The unit size has been chosen to appeal to the most active sector of the local market over the past two years. The ability to introduce a mezzanine to provide additional flexibility and to cater for future expansion is a particular feature of the design.

The units form part of St Hilary Business Park and occupy an excellent position on Hardwick Road rubbing shoulders with the Tesco and Sainsbury supermarkets and adjacent to The Pierpoint, The Peel Centre and The Campbells Meadow Retail Parks as well as the main Hardwick Industrial Estate.

Neighbouring occupiers already trading from St Hilary Business Park include Topps Tiles, Majestic Wine and Formula One Autocentres.

Alison Richardson