Barker Storey Matthews Huntingdon office has let a 3,730 sq. ft. mid terrace industrial unit on St Margaret’s Way in Huntingdon to Eurocell Building Plastics Ltd.
The unit taken comprises an open plan industrial unit with ground and first floor office space situated within the Stukeley Meadows Industrial Estate close to Howden’s Joinery, Hire &Buy Group and Kent Blaxill. The site benefits from 8 parking spaces and excellent road connectivity onto the A14.
Eurocell are the UK’s leading manufacturer, distributor and recycler of UPVC construction materials. Originally specialising in UPVC windows, doors and conservatories, Eurocell has expanded their innovative product ranges significantly and now has a nationwide network of over 140 branches.
Barker Storey Matthews acted on behalf of the property owner whilst Harris Lamb handled the acquisition negotiations on Eurocell’s behalf.
Keith Watkeys of property consultancy Harris Lamb commented “Eurocell have been steadily expanding their national branch network and when this opportunity was offered to them, it was too good an opportunity to turn down. It enabled them to acquire a new branch in a good location within a swift timeframe”
Richard Adam, Director at Barker Storey Matthews, added “We are pleased to welcome Eurocell to the St Margaret’s Way development. The site has a prominent location just along from Stukeley Road near to Dunelm. The letting follows a number of other transactions in Huntingdon in recent months which is seeing something of a shortage in supply of modern industrial floor space”.