Poole Bay Holdings Management Ltd secures new premises at Tower Park, Poole
The management company has signed a 10 year lease at 22 Broom Road, taking more than 44,000 sq ft of industrial and office space.
Four lettings as 26-unit Bedrock Park officially opens on 20 April
The speculative scheme on Ferndown Industrial Estate has already attracted four major UK brands with fit out taking place later this month.
What does 2023 hold for the BCP industrial market?
Vail Williams appointed to manage newly acquired trade park
The recently purchased Poole Trade Park is thriving on the South Coast, boasting 10 trade counter units.
Handmade cosmetics retailer Lush has leased two units at Fleets Corner Business Park, Poole, totalling 103,000 sq ft. Property consultancy Vail Williams acted for Lush. Goadsby and JLL acted for the landlord, Hermes. Bryony Solan, an Associate at property consultancy Vail Williams, covering Dorset from the firm’s Bournemouth office.
Dorset industrial demand continues to drive investment interest
Occupational demand for industrial, warehouse and trade counter units across the central south coast remains strong. As a result, there is a good level of interest from industrial investors prepared to pay strong prices for the best assets.
Electrical distributor powers ahead with new branch
Rexel UK, an electrical distributor, has leased a unit at Yeomans Industrial Estate, Bournemouth, Dorset. Property consultancy Vail Williams acted for the landlord, Ilchester Estates.
Magna Park takes shape as employment hub
A further 3.5 acres of employment land has been sold at Magna Park in Poole, Dorset, by joint agents Vail Williams and Lambert Smith Hampton.
What does the future hold for Dorset town centres?
The challenges faced by the UK’s highstreets and town centres have been clear for all to see over the past 18 months.
Vail Williams in Bournemouth: Six months on from merger with Cowling & West
Six months on from Vail Williams’ merger with Cowling & West, Russell Miller, lead partner for our Bournemouth office, talks about what we’ve been up to in the Dorset region during that time.
Dorset industrial market strong, but supply needed
Since the start of the pandemic the industrial market has consistently outperformed other commercial property sectors, both in Dorset and throughout the UK, buoyed by the effects of Brexit on UK supply chains and the pandemic on online retail.