New customer, Axflow, welcomed to the Slough Trading Estate
Lettings signal continuing strong demand for space at the Estate, with occupancy level reaching 97%
Axflow, a company specialising in the provision of pump systems is the latest customer to join the Slough Trading Estate.
The growing company has signed a 15 year lease for a 14,400 sq ft unit at 820 Yeovil Road.
The new unit is one of three being developed on Buckingham Avenue and was signed before the site has reached practical completion.
The trio of units will total 60,000 sq ft and have been built as part of the second phase of development at Buckingham Avenue, at the western gateway to the Estate.
Paul Lewis, Regional Director, Thames Valley and Data Centres, SEGRO said
“We’re pleased to welcome another new customer to the Estate, joining the 24 new companies who moved here in 2017.
“The redevelopment of the units at Buckingham Avenue are an example of how we are continuing to transform the Estate and continue to attract new customers hence securing the highest levels of occupancy we have seen.”
Tony Peters, Managing Director of Axflow Limited, said:
“We are a dynamic and growing company and establishing well-located, high quality, bespoke workplaces is critical to our ongoing success. Slough Trading Estate is one of the UK’s prime business locations and we are looking forward to joining some of the world’s most successful companies who are based on site.”
SEGRO is a UK Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), and a leading owner, manager and developer of modern warehouses and light industrial property. It owns or manages 6.7 million square metres of space (72 million square feet) valued at over £9 billion serving customers from a wide range of industry sectors. Its properties are located in and around major cities and at key transportation hubs in the UK and in nine other European countries.