Hellier Langston secures international windscreen company to fully let estate

  • Author: Matthew Poplett
  • Date: 3rd February 2017

Following the speculative refurbishment of Unit 4 Flanders Industrial Park, Hedge End, Hellier Langston acting on behalf of CBRE Global Investors has secured international windscreen company Belron Limited trading as Laddaw/Autoglass, which will be using the space to expand its South Coast presence.

Unit 4 Flanders Industrial Estate

The unit comprises 11,515 sq ft distribution and office space and the tenant joins existing occupiers, such as, Veho, RS Components and Bainbridge International. Hedge End is a well-established retail, industrial and trade counter location. Nearby occupiers include Sainsbury’s, Marks and Spencer, B & Q, Magnet and Import Services. On the adjoining Royal London Park a new Peter Cooper Volkswagen showroom has recently opened. 

Matthew Poplett Director at Hellier Langston said "Our client’s confidence to carry out a very extensive refurbishment of this unit meant it was ideally placed for regional and national distribution occupiers, being close to the M27 and M3. The Flanders Industrial Park offers occupiers modern and useable space and it was no real surprise when Belron chose it for their expanded operation."

Adrian Whitfield, industrial and logistics director at LSH, explains: "We were delighted our clients investment in the full refurbishment has been rewarded and this letting highlights the demand from occupiers for good quality space and confidence in the market for 2017."

Lambert Smith Hampton acted as joint agent with Hellier Langston.

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