Industrial developer and asset manager Chancerygate has completed the disposal of its 101,000 sq ft Eaton Point scheme in Chorley, Lancashire, following the sale of the development’s final unit.
The sale of the final 3,358 sq ft unit was made to property investment company WS Properties earlier this year. Since then the unit has been let to print and design business Chorley Print.
Located within the existing Matrix Park development, Chancerygate’s Grade A scheme comprises 14 warehouse and industrial units ranging from 3,305 sq ft to 47,478 sq ft.
The development is strategically located just one mile from Junction 28 of M6 and three miles from Junction 8 of M61, providing excellent connectivity to Manchester, Liverpool and the wider national motorway network.
Commenting on the completion of disposals at Eaton Point, Chancerygate development manager Chris Brown, who is based in the company’s Warrington office, said: “Demand at Eaton Point has been consistently high, even before its practical completion, and it is very satisfying to see the site now fully sold and occupied.
“The development is a great example of our ability to identify opportunities to create much needed high quality industrial space for the SME sector, especially for those businesses that want to buy their own premises. This is underlined by the range and calibre of businesses which have chosen to take up the units on offer.”
Chancerygate sold its 47,500 sq ft ‘Unit One’ at Eaton Point to real estate investment trust Warehouse REIT for £3.6m in October 2018 following the letting of the warehouse building on a five-year lease to Tilemaster Adhesives.
Other occupiers at Eaton Point include engine alternator manufacturer, C.E. Niehoff; energy-saving systems manufacturer, EnergyAce; and national electrical trade and wholesaler, Eyre & Elliston.
Property agents Savills and Robert Pinkus & Co. acted for Chancerygate on the sale of the unit to WS Properties.