May 2018

Wilkinson Business Park Over 70% Let

Acting on behalf of Gladman Commercial Properties, Legat Owen, has secured a new occupier at Wilkinson Business Park, on Wrexham Industrial Estate. The development is now 70 percent occupied with just five units remaining ranging from 500 to 6,000sq ft.

Waste and recycling service provider, ASH Group Limited, is the latest company to sign up to commercial space with the agent and will be relocating and expanding from its current premises, to building 16, a 6,100 sq ft detached office unit.

ASH Group will join other occupiers on the estate including Meadowvale Foods, Soleil, and Castlemead Group.

Neil Hassall, managing director at ASH Group, said:

This is an exciting time for our company as we relocate to new premises on Wilkinson Business Park.

It is an ideal location which suits all our business needs and we are committed to investing in our future there.

Neil Hassall, ASH Group

Will Sadler, director at Legat Owen, said:

We are delighted that ASH Group has selected Wilkinson Business Park as the location for the next phase of its expansion.

They are a significant employer in the region and the company’s decision to relocate here underlines the strength of the Park as a business destination.  There is a strong level of interest in the remaining space.

Will Sadler, Legat Owen

ASH Group provides a varied portfolio of waste management services from its bases in Wrexham, Chester, Ellesmere Port, Widnes, Manchester and Birmingham and currently employs over 180 staff across all of its sites.

Wilkinson Business Park is located on Wrexham Industrial Estate, which is approximately three miles to the east of Wrexham town centre. It is easily accessed via the A534 and A525 and is twelve miles from Chester.

Wrexham Industrial estate is one of North Wales’ largest commerce estates, with a wide range of national and international occupiers including JCB and cereal giant, Kellogg’s.

Legat Owen and Beresford Adams represented Gladman Commercial Properties.

ASH Group were unrepresented.