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Last unit remaining at Trident Business Park, Didcot

PUBLISHED: 14:48 14 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:48 14 September 2018

Trident Business Park, Didcot

Trident Business Park, Didcot

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A speculative development in Didcot has proved highly successful with just one unit remaining

The new cluster of units at Trident Business Park, completed in January this year by Formal Investments, cover 16,000 sq ft at Trident Business Park, Didcot and has proved popular with new trade and retail occupiers including Topps Tiles, Toolstation, City Electrical Factors and Signs Express.

The single remaining property covers more than 2,000 sq ft and features loading doors, three phase power supply and parking to the front. The new development forms part of the Former Williams F1 engineering and development site with existing occupiers including Screwfix, Digipress, Lombard Medical, Endeavor Engineering, Sofea and Didcot Plumbing Supplies.

Tom Barton, director at agents VSL & Partners, said: “There is a high demand for property in Trident Park as this is the only trade focused park in Didcot. It is a sensitively landscaped and welcoming environment, and also provides on-site Centre staff to assist with any operational issues and on site catering provision which has proved popular with both occupiers and customers.

“It is in a prime position just over a mile from the town centre but with easy access to the A34 and major motorways as well as the rail network.

“Such has been the demand, asking rents are now £10psf, compared to £8 per sq ft being achieved a year ago so potential occupiers need to act quickly.”

For further information, please contact Tom Barton on 01865 848488 or visit www.vslandp.com.

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