£1m Storage Vault to Open in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter

Midlands | Property & Construction
Shavo business partners Seamus Fahy (left) and David Walsh.


Commercial property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) today announced the launch of a £1m secure facility in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter.

LSH identified a basement unit at the Lace Market on behalf of client Shavo Ltd. The safe deposit box company will provide storage for customers’ valuable belongings including jewellery, heirlooms, key documents, and other material assets.

Ben Silcock, surveyor at LSH in Nottingham, said Shavo agreed a 35-year lease in an off-market transaction. For security reasons, the exact location cannot be revealed.

“This new £1m storage vault will be welcomed by thousands of people in Nottingham who at the moment have nowhere secure to store valuable items. Shavo Ltd has already opened similar facilities in Liverpool, Newcastle, Dublin and Glasgow and we have been instructed to find suitable premises to support the company’s expansion plans.

“Having secured units in Nottingham and Newcastle for the company, we are now exploring off-market opportunities in Wolverhampton, Coventry and Derby, looking for similar properties in secure locations in anonymous buildings.”

The new unit will be known as Nottingham Vaults. Co-owner Seamus Fahy said they were aware of huge demand for a safe deposit box facility in the city because so many potential customers had contacted them through their website to register their interest.

“We knew there was going to be demand in Nottingham but it was then tough to find the right location. It had to be a secure, safe location in an anonymous building so people can come and go without anyone knowing where they are visiting. The Lace Market unit is perfect and we’ve now installed a purpose-built vault which exceeds bank standards, which will hold several thousand boxes when full.”

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