Chancerygate has achieved practical completion on a 12-unit, 62,937 sq ft industrial development in Chertsey, Surrey.
Called Chertsey Business Park, the development comprises leasehold industrial and warehousing accommodation with units ranging from 3,756 sq ft to 7,300 sq ft. A number of the units are already under offer.
Chancerygate purchased the 2.1-acre site in August 2018 and the land was then transferred to the ownership of Runnymede Borough Council in December 2019.
The development is in the centre of the borough of Runnymede within the town’s Hanworth Lane Industrial Estate and provides good access to junction 11 of the M25 and junction 2 of the M3.
Matthew Young, development manager at Chancerygate, said: “It’s fantastic news that we have achieved practical completion on Chertsey Business Park as it brings much-needed high quality industrial and warehousing accommodation to the region.
“The business park is strategically located in the town’s most central industrial area. In addition to being best placed, the development also has excellent sustainability credentials. All of these factors combined mean we are experiencing high demand for units, with a number already under offer.”
All the units at Chertsey Business Park benefit from high-performance insulated cladding and roof materials which deliver an EPC rating of A and a BREEAM rating of ‘very good’. The scheme provides occupiers with electric vehicle charging points and secure cycle parking.
Alex Williams, corporate head of assets and regeneration at Runnymede Borough Council commented:
‘We are delighted with the finished product and high quality of build at Chertsey Business Park. We are very pleased that practical completion of the development was delivered according to programme, particularly considering the challenges to the construction supply chain presented by the Covid-19 pandemic.’