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VSL Reports Spate of Activity at Oasis Business Park

PUBLISHED: 17:28 13 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:11 27 October 2014

Acting on behalf of landlords Staffordshire County Council, Oxfordshire’s leading commercial property agents, VSL & Partners, has let two office buildings at Oasis Business Park, Eynsham.

6 Oasis Business Park has been let to Oxford based Amplivox, who specialise in the design, manufacture and supply of audiological equipment or hearing aid testing devises. The company will relocate from their existing premises at Station Approach, Kidlington to occupy their new premises comprising 5,311 sq ft on a 5-year lease and at a rental of £65,500 per annum.

9/10 Oasis Business Park has been let to renewable energy company, Ice Energy Heat Pumps who specialise in energy efficient heating and were notably the first company in the UK to recognise the potential of ground source heat pumps. The company is relocating from their existing premises at Oakfield Industrial Estate, to larger accommodation at 9/10 Oasis Business Park. VSL has agreed a new 5-year lease on the 6,393 sq ft modern office building at a rental of £76,700 per annum.

VSL is currently marketing further buildings at Oasis Business Park totaling 47,738 sq ft of modern, refurbished, open plan office accommodation ready for occupation in units from 1,328 sq ft up to 21,057 sq ft. Richard Venables, director at VSL & Partners explains: “We are currently marketing units 1-5, 7, 12 and 13 at Oasis Business Park, along with ground floor and part first floor accommodation from 5,000 sq ft up to 21,057 sq ft at Chillbrook, Oasis Business Park. Chillbrook has excellent prominence to the main estate entrance, has ample parking provision, a striking glazed clad elevation and provides a contemporary image within a landscaped setting.”

For further information about space available at Oasis Business Park, visit:

www.vslandp.com or call Richard Venables or Duncan May on 01865 848488.

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