TWO new lettings have been confirmed at Wheatley Park, the rural office park on the outskirts of Mirfield.
Commercial property developer St James Securities has let 1,852sq ft of office space to branding agency 10 Associates, formerly based at Bradley, and 1,189sq ft to Alandale Logistics (Northern) Ltd.
Both lettings are for office suites at the beautifully-restored 18th century Watermill at Wheatley Park.
Oliver Quarmby, of St James Securities, said: “These two lettings in a challenging property market are a testament to the quality and location of Wheatley Park.
“Well over half of the 25,000sq ft space at the Watermill has now been let, with only 9,000sq ft left. The remaining space is available in suites from 900sq ft upwards to the whole 9,000sq ft.”
Meanwhile the 5,800sq ft 1812 Building, next door to the Watermill, has proved popular with only 1,000sq ft left available to lease.
David Worthington, managing director of 10 Associates, said: “Wheatley Park is the perfect base for our growing business and a contrast to Bradley Business Park, where we had been for the past six years.
It has a fantastically creative environment and a wonderful ambience, which will benefit our staff and our clients alike. It is a stunning place in which to work.”
Kieran Farrell, director at construction logistics firm Alandale Logistics (Northern), which has relocated from serviced offices in Wakefield, said: “This is a great move for us.”