The remaining customer workshops in a new development at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground are nearing completion, providing an ideal opportunity for potential tenants looking to locate within a secure automotive R&D centre.
Some 6,000 sq ft of the high-quality development has been spoken for, leaving 18,000 sq ft available.
“At this stage of the development there is still time for potential occupants to have a say in the final stages of internal construction and fitting-out,” said David Walton, managing director of Bruntingthorpe. “This gives them the opportunity to incorporate, from new, any special features or structures essential to their business operation.”
He said the remaining space could be taken as one, two or three units. “Ideally, we’d prefer it to be one or two. We are keen to attract companies that will benefit from being in an established R&D environment with all that our site has to offer – high security, a wide range of support services, the vehicle proving ground and extensive vehicle storage capacity.
“A further attraction for the right company is that access by aircraft is an option, since Bruntingthorpe remains an active airfield with a 2-mile surfaced runway.”
The units have been constructed as part of Bruntingthorpe’s continuing development and drive to expand and bring additional commerce and job opportunities to the area. It is calculated that every new job created on the site has a significant multiplier effect by creating or maintaining numerous jobs in a wide range of service and support industries within the locality.