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Posted by James Leighfield on 17 September 2020

James Leighfield
James Leighfield Solicitor

Wright Hassall were instructed by local residential and commercial developers AC Lloyd to deal with the site set-up and sale of 15 new business units at the T1300 site in Tachbrook Park, Leamington Spa.

The new £6 million development offers purchasers an opportunity to acquire state-of-the-art premises located in the commercially thriving in-demand area of Leamington Spa. Tachbrook Park is located conveniently for national transport links and includes occupiers such as JLR and TATA Technologies.

The development has proved to be popular with only one unit remaining available to purchase and has attracted purchasers from a variety of sectors.

Wright Hassall worked alongside local agents Bromwich Hardy who marketed the development.

Our involvement in this site emphasises our local and regional strengths in commercial site acquisition, set-up and disposal with well-regarded commercial property developers.

For more information about the T1300 site click here

About the author

James acts for individuals, commercial developers, charities and registered providers of affordable housing on a variety of development and commercial property matters.

James Leighfield

James acts for individuals, commercial developers, charities and registered providers of affordable housing on a variety of development and commercial property matters.

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