Businesses head for Gainsborough
More than 60 businessmen and women from across Lincolnshire will descend on Gainsborough this Friday, for guided tours of the commercial office accommodation available at Marshall’s Yard.
The centre has 20,000 sq ft of office space at first floor level in Britannia House and the Engine House, and 80 per cent has already been let to local companies Riverside Training, Gainsborough Steels, Wright Vigar and The Sands.
The first speculative office space ever to be built in the town, the speed with which the space has been taken has highlighted the increasing demand for this type of accommodation, and the directors of Marshall’s Yard are confident that Friday’s event will see companies competing for the remaining space.
Mark Dransfield, Director at Marshall’s Yard, said: “Building speculative office space could have been a risk, but with the newfound business confidence in Gainsborough, local companies have been eager to invest in new office accommodation which will allow them to expand in the future. Friday’s event will bring the office space to a much wider audience, many of whom will be keen to take advantage of the new opportunities in Gainsborough.”
The guest list for Friday includes solicitors, accountants, estate agents, architects, banks, financial advisers. Delegates will also be given tours of the whole Marshall’s Yard complex, including the JJB health and fitness club.
Will Downing of letting agents Pygott and Crone: said: “Marshall’s Yard offers unique and first class office accommodation in historic buildings which have been carefully restored with original features retained. Its central location is fantastic for anybody wanting to do business in Gainsborough and I look forward to announcing further tenants very soon.”
Picture: artist's impression of The Engine House office accommodation
For further information, contact:-
Public Relations Department, Dransfield Properties Ltd
Tel: 01226 360644