Commercial Property Commitment a Sign of Regional Success?

An East Anglian property firm has given a buoyant assessment of commercial activity in the region.

Brown & Co Barfords today announced the letting of two new business suites in the historic Shorts Building located in New Cardington near Shortstown, Bedford.

Its directors believe the transaction reflects an evident growth in business within East Anglia over recent months.

Suite A has been let to a premier aesthetic laser and equipment service, and Suite B to an American clothing company.

Speaking about the news, Commercial Property Negotiator at Brown & Co Barfords, James Price, said: “We are thrilled to see these properties get snapped up in this renovated building with a fantastic history and wish the businesses all the best in their new office location.

“We are delighted to present the final suite available at New Cardington; the perfect space for a small business looking for a dedicated office in a convenient and rejuvenated location”.

Brown & Co operates from 12 offices throughout the East Anglia, the Midlands and the Yorkshire & Humber regions in: Banbury, Brigg, Bury St Edmunds, Grantham, Holt, Huntingdon, King’s Lynn, Melton Mowbray, Norwich, Retford, St Neots and Spalding.


About the Author:

Deborah Watson is an award winning journalist and PR professional whose career has been spent storytelling about the people, the passion and the personalities behind businesses and causes. She's the founder of Lexia Media Ltd (a boutique PR consultancy), the creator of EA-Today, and of Charity Hub East. Deborah actively encourages contact from those seeking PR support, media relations strategy, CSR partnership planning, and communication consultancy. She is a director on the board of Home-Start in Suffolk.