Bromsgrove industrial property attracts occupiers from health care sectorAugust 2020
An independent medical equipment maintenance company, which has played a key role in supporting the NHS during the pandemic, has moved to new premises in Bromsgrove with the support of GJS Dillon.
Andrew Lewis, Associate Director at the Worcestershire commercial property consultancy and Chartered Surveyors negotiated the lease for Hugo Technology Ltd, which maintains medical devices including ventilators. The company has now moved into a 3,534 sq ft modern industrial/warehouse unit at Asquith Court which is on Saxon Business Park, close to the M5 and the national motorway network.
Hugo Technology is one of a number of health care occupiers who have chosen to take up space in Bromsgrove in recent months. Baywater Healthcare Ltd, an independent specialist provider of health care services, has moved into Sapphire Court at Bromsgrove Enterprise Park. At Topaz Business Park, GJS Dillon is also letting space in a building occupied by Mercian Surgical Supply Co.
Mr Lewis said ‘Bromsgrove’s industrial market has been a consistently high performer and SME demand for sub 10,000 sq ft space is still evident, despite challenging market conditions. For health care sector occupiers, Bromsgrove is the perfect location for them as it is so close to Birmingham, Worcester and national motorway networks ’
Further information about commercial property for sale or let in Bromsgrove, Redditch and North Worcestershire is available from Andrew Lewis on tel. 01527 872525 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.gjsdillon.co.uk/properties-list
With offices in Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Worcester, GJS Dillon is the Estates Gazette’s ‘Most Active Agent in Worcestershire’ award winner for 2019. It offers a comprehensive commercial property service, including commercial agency, acquisition and business relocation, commercial property management, valuations and landlord and tenant rent reviews, and unrivalled geographical coverage, throughout Worcestershire and along the M5 and A38 corridors.Return to News