Fostonpoint Ideal For Expanding Businesses

Make FostonPoint, a superb modern warehouse and office facility, the new home for your expanding business say Salloway.

Burton, Derby and Nottingham based property consultants Salloway have announced today that expanding local businesses are showing particular interest in the modern warehouse and offices at FostonPoint, Foston, Derbyshire.

Offering almost 8,200 sq ft of space, the well-appointed facility will provide the new occupiers with the advantages of growing their operations, within the surroundings of this rapidly expanding Business Zone.

Conveniently located on Woodyard Lane in Foston, conveniently next to the A50, with direct links to the M1 and M6, and with other well-established businesses already successfully operating from this superb rural location, businesses will find this building an attractive proposition.

The prominent position of this new-build facility offers ease of access to the detached single storey building, with its own service yard and some 14 parking spaces. 

Phil Randle, Partner at Salloway, Burton, who are sole agents for FostonPoint, commented, "This impressive new building with its dedicated offices, and ease of access, is an interesting proposition for production (with light industrial use subject to planning permission), or operational businesses looking to expand. 

This business area is already an important commercial centre and displays a high-level of achievement and success from the resident businesses, including JCB, Wheeltech UK, Zoller UK, OGP Engineering Design, and ATL Logistics.

The warehouse is equipped with an eaves height of 6.45m, sodium lights and separate electrically-operated 5.88m high service doors making it highly suitable, for example, for a logistics centre looking to operate close to Derby, Nottingham or Birmingham."

For more details please download the marketing details for FostonPoint

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