Weston gateway Business Park

New site images and agents appointed at WGBP

16 Feb 2014

Dowlas UK Ltd is pleased to announce that they have appointed Lambert Smith Hampton as new agents for Weston Gateway Business Park. Dowlas Director Gemma Day states “I am really excited to have Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) on board. They have a great reputation at drawing clients out of City Centre locations, highlighting the excellent benefits that being in an out of town location can bring to business. LSH will be joining current agents Hartnell Taylor Cook to drive the Business Park in to its next phase.” Peter Musgrove from LSH said “We are absolutely delighted that WGBP have selected LSH to work with them on this scheme. We work on flagship business and science parks along the M5 and WGBP is a perfect addition. It is the ideal opportunity to act as a shop front for the town and broadcast that Weston is open for business and serious about competing for inward investment at the highest level.”

Artists Impression of Weston Gateway Business Park

New images have been released by Dowlas which give an insight in to how the business park will look when complete. They show the prominent position of the newly completed Knightstone Housing HQ and Greene King pub but also highlight to potential for smaller units to set up along the back of the business park to create a ‘mini business park’ within the larger WGBP. It is hoped that this will enable potential clients with smaller needs, from 2500 sq. ft to come forward and work with the Design and Build Dowlas team to produce a bespoke building to suit a variety of industries. The new designs also include an Ariel shot illustrating the brilliant location of WGBP, just off J21 of the M5 and adjacent to Worle Parkway train station. Offering new clients the only business park location in the South West with a main line train station less than 5 minutes’ walk away with dedicated pedestrian access.

Weston Gatewaty Business Park - Aerial photo with artists impression of the site

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