Whittle Jones Scotland, agents acting on behalf of Northern Trust (www.northerntrust.co.uk) are pleased to announce that the prestigious office scheme at Earls Court, located in Grangemouth, is now fully occupied following the recent letting of the First Floor of Building 3 to Alistair Walker Whisky Co Ltd.
The first floor of Building 3 extends to 961 sq ft and the letting has been completed on a 5 year lease agreement.
Alistair Walker, commented “Having looked at various options, Earls Court was the ideal solution regarding premises for my business; the location is great, with convenient access to the M9 providing excellent links to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. The office suites themselves are modern, bright and spacious - exactly what I was looking for.”
Earls Court covers 18,076 sq ft in 6 office buildings and is now home to 12 separate businesses.
Jonathan Houghton, Property Portfolio Manager at Northern Trust said “It’s great to be able to announce another letting at this estate so quickly after the last deal was concluded. The addition of Alistair Walker Whisky to the park takes us to 100% occupancy which is a fantastic achievement. I know that the team have put a lot of hard work into getting to this position and I would like to thank them for their efforts.”
Mike McIntyre, Associate at DM Hall, joint lettings agents on the scheme added “I am delighted that Alistair Walker Whisky have chosen Earls Court for their headquarters, giving us 100% occupancy and completing the fifth deal since the turn of the year. I am sure they will be another excellent addition to the park which accommodates a great tenant mix.”
Earls Court forms part of the well-established Earls Gate Business Park which benefits from excellent transport links. The scheme is well located offering direct access to Falkirk as well as Junctions 5/6 of the M9 being within a short distance.
Cameron Whyte, Senior Surveyor at Ryden, lettings agents on the scheme commented “It is fantastic to see the offices at Earls Court now fully let after a good run of recent lettings. There was a demand for high quality modern office space in the area, and Earls Court addressed the shortfall in supply."