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A Gloucester city centre office sees arrival of three new occupants

PUBLISHED: 15:48 20 September 2016

Tessa Newton of Bruton Knowles

Tessa Newton of Bruton Knowles


The triple letting at Eastgate House includes a software firm, an elderly care provider and an information systems business who have all moved in to Eastgate House in Eastgate Street following deals agreed by Bruton Knowles

Around 1,500 square feet on the first floor has been taken by CJM Software, a leading FileMaker developer company working in the education and commercial sectors. They will use the space as offices and as a training suite. A suite on the same floor of just under 1,000 square feet has been let to Human Support Group, which offers an extensive range of in home care for the elderly while a fourth floor unit has been let to Caski Ltd, which designs and installs information systems.

Tessa Newton of Bruton Knowles said: “With CJM and Human Support Group both taking five year leases these deals demonstrate that there is strength in the Gloucester office market for the right premises.

“Eastgate House has a fourth floor of small quality units suitable for growing businesses that are available for shorter commitments and help businesses plan their expansion. Caski Ltd took one of these.”

Mark Roberts, Managing Director of Loxton Developments, which owns Eastgate House, said: “The offices are only a minute’s walk from the centre next to the GL1 Leisure Centre and the location combined with the modern services we provide makes it an attractive place to do business.

“We have a range of units as we hope that businesses will be able to grow and stay with us and we welcome these three new firms who are in good company as they join longstanding quality tenants such as Learndirect, NHS, Pearson and Whitecross Dental.”

For further information contact Tessa Newton www.brutonknowles.co.uk


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