James Edwards of Goadsby Commercial is pleased to report the sale of the last plot at North Dorset Business Park, Sturminster Newton.
Acting on behalf Dorset County Council and Homes & Communities Agency, Goadsby has secured the sale of 11 acres of employment land on this park which is recognised as one of the most important employment sites and development opportunities in north Dorset.
James Edwards of Goadsby commented “It has been a pleasure to be involved in the marketing of this important employment site and all parties have worked closely to ensure successful sales There is a long history of the public sector site’s owners working closely with the local community partnership (SturQuest) and this has resulted in a masterplan of the site and a common aim to create a high quality development, to support local enterprise and create real employment potential.”
James continued “The business park is situated in an attractive rural setting and has presented local and regional firms with a rare opportunity to build and own their own industrial/warehouse premises.
For further information please contact James Edwards.
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