Kingsway Business Park has secured the first tenant for its Logic development.
Commercial Blinds and Glazing, which has been trading for more than 30 years, has agreed to relocate from its current Oldham location to Unit 11 of the scheme, citing the extra space available as a reason for the move.
The facilities available at the site range in size from 3,000 sq ft to 15,500 sq ft.
Mike Challen, managing director at Commercial Blinds and Glazing, said: “We are a growing business and we felt it was the right time to move into modern, self-contained premises with more space for our expanding team.
“The other major factor was location. We operate nationally and need to continually move people, equipment and products around the UK, so the ease of access to the motorway network was a very important consideration. We also wanted to be part of such a prestigious development.”
Councillor John Blundell of Rochdale Borough Council, who is also chairman of the RDA, added: “It’s great news that such a well-established and successful company has chosen Logic as its new headquarters, and further evidence of Kingsway’s appeal as a place for business.
“We look forward to welcoming more tenants to Logic in the near future.”
Tim Webber, managing director at Barnfield Construction and main contractor on latest Kingsway development, said: “We’re delighted with the finished development at Logic and are looking forward to taking on more projects in Rochdale as the opportunities arise. We wish the first and indeed all the tenants good luck with their businesses on this fantastic development.”
Kingsway Business Park has been developed through a joint venture partnership between Wilson Bowden, Homes England, Rochdale Borough Council and Rochdale Development Agency.
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