Two energy firms are moving into Chorley office space as the Lancashire town welcomes new investment.
Chorley is to receive a boost in the the commercial property market thanks to two utility firms moving into two business parks in the Lancastrian town.
Office space in Chorley has received a boost with two utility firms agreeing to lease offices in the Lancashire town.
Utility Group have moved into 8,722 square feet of space in Clayton Green Business Park, while PH Jones has taken up the offer of space at Buckshaw Office Park.
As part of the Darwen based international firm Bglobal PLC, Utility Group work as an independent business in the utilities and global energy market, offering the service of efficient management.
The firm agreed a ten year deal with landlords Threadneedle Property Investments and see the deal as a great chance to expand into new territory. Clayton Green Business Park is a popular location, as it is situated close to the centre of Chorley and is not too far from nearby Preston.
Robert Pinkus & Co represented Utility Group during the discussions while Threadneedle were represented by Canning O’Neill.
Elsewhere in Chorley, maintenance and metering firm PH Jones has accepted terms to move into Buckshaw Office Park, part of the Matrix Park.
As part of the company’s commitment to expansion, the move sees PH Jones expand their regional offices. The family business currently operates in 29 locations across the United Kingdom, with office space in England, Scotland and Wales.
It is thought that the agreement for the Matrix Park office site will cover 5,196 square foot of office space on site. The office park itself is situated less than a mile from Junction 28 on the M6 and covers 80 acres, of which 11 acres are devoted to office space.