REGENERATION specialist St. Modwen has leased more than 15,500 sq ft of industrial space in Sheffield, securing the presence of three businesses to the area.
Two companies have recently leased units at Holbrook Enterprise Park, Sheffield.
Truemans, manufacturers of windows, doors and conservatories, has leased a 3,200 sq ft unit to expand their business into South Yorkshire.
GDL Air Systems, manufacturer and supplier of air distribution products, has signed a new seven-year lease with St Modwen to double its current space.
Also expanding in Sheffield is Howdens, who will take an additional 7,175 sq ft on a 15-year lease at Claywheels Lane Industrial Estate, Hillsborough, following completion of refurbishment works there.
Richard Bannister, development manager at St. Modwen in Leeds, said: “I am delighted that we continue to see demand at Holbrook Enterprise Park and Clay Wheels Lane Industrial Estate.
“We always maintain a strong dialogue with our tenants to ensure we are able to accommodate their current and future needs and this has clearly paid dividends. Our sites in Sheffield are well-located and offer tenants a fantastic platform from which to grow.”
Joe Trueman, managing director at Truemans (South Yorkshire) Ltd, said: “The location of Holbrook Enterprise Park was a key factor when choosing a new site. We supply uPVC windows and doors to the trade; we needed modern facilities that give a professional image and good transport links for customers to collect orders.”