Aylsham Business Park Update
Published 17 October 2022
A new business park in Aylsham offering high-specification new-build commercial premises is close to reaching full occupancy, bringing valuable employment to the town.
Aylsham Business Park, located in a prominent position to the east of the town adjacent to the A140 Cromer Road. The smart landscaped development consists of 12 business units ranging in size from 988 sq ft to 1.602 sq ft, all with allocated car parking spaces.
Launched late in 2021, seven of the units are already occupied, with three more under negotiation. The park has attracted a range of business services firms, alongside healthcare businesses.
Nick O’Leary, head of commercial agency at Arnolds Keys, said, “These types of new business premises create the ideal atmosphere for collaborative working as part of the new hybrid business model.
“These are high-specification business premises featuring fibre connectivity, energy-efficient LED lighting and even trickle charging points for electric cars in the car-parking spaces.
“Their location in Aylsham, a town which offers a very high quality of life, and close to the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, makes them an ideal place to do business. We have already seen one of the units taken by a business which has relocated from London for largely lifestyle reasons.”
The buildings at Aylsham Business Park are being offered on either a freehold or leasehold basis. More details are available at www.arnoldskeys.com/commercial/property-search/view/6588.
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