QUEENSWAY Industrial Estate in Glenrothes has completed a trio of lettings totalling 20,864 sq. ft., pushing the popular business location close to full occupation.
Leggat Plant Ltd., the Scottish crane, plant and machinery hire firm, Aytounhill Timber Products, one of the UK’s newest timber and joinery manufacturers and Fife Voluntary Action, a third sector organisation for the Fife area, are all set to move to Craig Mitchell House on Queensway Industrial Estate.
The recently completed deals leave just 4,000 sq. ft. of first floor office space and one industrial unit of 16,523 sq. ft. vacant in the development, with neighbours including Asda, Kwik Fit, City Electrical Factors, Jewson, Morrisons, Aldi and Fife Council.
Leggat Plant Ltd has agreed a one year deal with landlord, In Site, for the lease of an industrial unit spanning 4,087 sq. ft., Aytounhill Timber Products has agreed a seven year deal for the lease of an industrial unit spanning 12,777 sq. ft. and Fife Voluntary Action has agreed a five year deal for 4,000 sq. ft. of office space.
Part of Queensway Industrial Estate, Craig Mitchell House combines industrial trade counter and office space in the centre of Fife, with easy access to Dundee in the north and Edinburgh in the south. Its proximity to Glenrothes town centre places occupiers within easy reach of local leisure, retail and public transport facilities.
JLL acted jointly with In-site Property Solutions on behalf of landlord, In Site. Leggat Plant Ltd., Aytounhill Timber Products and Fife Voluntary Action were unrepresented.
Kirsty Palmer, Associate Director, Industrial and Logistics, for JLL said, “Fife is proving to be an extremely attractive location for occupiers seeking competitively priced, good quality premises, and the success of the Queensway is testament to this. The estate provides occupiers with a large range of flexible and quality accommodation at affordable prices, alongside the company of other successful local and national businesses and retailers. Due to its popularity, there is now only limited space remaining, so interested occupiers are advised to move quickly.”