GJS Dillon helps two Worcestershire businesses relocate to new premisesJanuary 2020
Having successfully sold office accommodation in Droitwich to a local charity, Worcestershire commercial property consultancy and Chartered Surveyors GJS Dillon then helped the vendor find new premises in Worcester.
Acting on behalf of Worcestershire Football Association, GJS Dillon’s North Worcestershire Commercial Negotiator Charlie Green sold Craftsman House, which has a net internal area of 2,905 sq ft, to The Welland Trust.
Mrs Green says: ‘Craftsman House is situated on the popular Hampton Lovett Trading Estate which is to the north west of Droitwich. This single storey purpose built office building benefits from 13 allocated parking spaces and excellent links to the motorway network so it was ideally suited to the purchaser’
Subsequently Mrs Green assisted the vendor, Worcestershire Football Association, to find new premises at 6 Brindley Court in Worcester, while their new headquarters on Claines Lane are being built.
Mrs Green said ‘It’s not unheard of for us to find new premises for a vendor once we have sold their property because of our extensive knowledge of the Worcestershire commercial property market. In this instance, we were delighted to help Worcestershire Football Association negotiate a lease for first floor office accommodation at 6 Brindley Court which is perfect for their requirements’
Further information about commercial property for sale or let in Bromsgrove, Redditch and North Worcestershire is available from Charlie Green 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 was 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