Bruton Knowles handed property management contract for Plymouth business park

Burrington Business Park, Plymouth

Burrington Business Park Ltd, which owns the Burrington Business Park in Plymouth, has awarded its property management contract to Bruton Knowles, with immediate effect.

The business park comprises 120,000 sq ft former bakery, which sits on a seven-acre site, and has been converted by the landlord to provide flexible office and industrial space to suit a wide range of occupiers from small office needs through to large warehousing and distribution operations.

Ian Le Grice, associate at Bruton Knowles, said: “The site sits in attractive landscaped grounds with far reaching views.  The benefits of the site with its good access and ample parking and generous circulation space for deliveries and visitors has already attracted a large number of successful and varied business and we’re delighted to have been appointed and look forward to representing the site and landlord going forward.

“This is a hugely important business park and its location, close to the A38 Devon Expressway, makes it very strategic for businesses operating across the region.

“The range of expertise at Bruton Knowles means we are perfectly placed to manage all of the site’s needs and with one of the strongest property teams anywhere in the South West, we’re capable of handling all the requirements of a business park of this nature and the fact that we’re also located in Plymouth means we have an unrivalled knowledge of the both the Plymouth and South West property sector as a whole”.

“There is some vacant space still available and we are looking forward to working with the owners to get these voids filled.”

Mark Edworthy from Burrington Business Park Ltd added: “We already have a close working relationship with the team at Bruton Knowles and the range of skills and experience of their team fits perfectly with our requirements and we look forward to continuing the successful partnership at Burrington Business Park and further developing this asset with them on board.”