APOLLO Business Parks LLP, a UK-based partnership specialising in transforming disused brownfield sites into modern commercial property developments, are delighted to announce the start of construction of Apollo Technology Park near Wellingborough.
The new development, which comprises of 36 modern individual units, is the latest addition to the group's growing portfolio of high quality commercial sites.
Set in a prime, desirable location in the triangle between Milton Keynes, Northampton and Bedford, the new development will provide excellent transport links and opportunities for investment.
The units, which will range in size from 1,600 square feet to 3,700 square feet, will offer two-storey accommodation and dedicated parking for a variety of business uses.
During the construction of the site, each unit can be configured to suit the buyer's requirements and will benefit from a mezzanine, three-phase electricity and all main utilities, making them a particular opportunity for small to medium sized business owners looking to invest in their own premises.
Robert Synge, of Apollo Business Parks LLP, said: "We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest development, which will be a unique and rare opportunity for business owners to acquire their own premises, in an area with much commercial growth and excellent transport links.
"We have designed the new site to feature a variety of units sizes, to accommodate a range of businesses and we are pleased that there has been considerable interest in the development already.
"As a company we're committed to creating high quality, modern industrial sites which promote and support growth for local businesses and those looking to move into the area, and we're looking forward to working with business owners to make this development a success."
Apollo Technology Park, is the third development to have been constructed by the partnership, which has also built Apollo Office Court in Buckingham and Apollo Park, near Banbury.
For additional information about Apollo Technology Park, visit www.apollotechnologypark.co.uk or call 07785 366448.