King Sturge acting for Miller Birch developments, has brokered a pre-let of Nottingham office space to E.ON. The power and gas company has provisionally taken up 150,000 square feet of office space at the new property.
The former site of Nottingham City Council Treasury Building will be the location of the new property. It was vacated in the summer last year in favour of Loxley House HQ and this led to it being bought up by King Sturge.
The new development is going to have nine storeys with each floor offering top quality office floor space, it also has the honour of being Nottingham’s first BREEAM excellent building. It is thanks to cutting-edge technology introduced from its inception that it will be a greener office.
Matthew Smith, a partner at King Sturge, said, “This is another landmark office deal for Nottingham, it is one of the largest lettings ever in the city and sets a record rent level.
The requirement has been in the market for several years and through our close relationship with the City Council as landowner, E.ON and their advisers DTZ, we were able to help assemble this deal despite strong competition from other schemes and developers.”