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NEWSQUEST MOVE TO BRUNEL COURT

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Acting on behalf of Newsquest Media Group Ltd, Whybrow Chartered Surveyors are pleased to announce the recent leasehold acquisition of Unit 1, Brunel Court, Brunel Way, Severalls Park, Colchester from the BBC Pension Trust. 

The property which is situated in the heart of Severalls Park, Colchester’s leading Industrial / Business Park extends to 9,150sq.ft over two floors benefits and provides high quality production/office accommodation and a large forecourt with 20 car parking spaces. Nearby occupiers include Topnotch gym, Tesco, Mimosa Bar & Restaurant, Nat West Bank and a children’s day nursery.

Newsquest will be relocating from their Oriel House offices on North Hill in Colchester town centre where they have been based for some years.

Ewan Dodds says of this acquisition “we are delighted to have been instructed to act for one the major newspaper companies in the South East. This reflects the strength of the Colchester market and the draw of areas such as the Severalls Business Park and the immediate surroundings where the recently constructed, De Grey Square and Easter Park, are both now at full occupancy”.

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Formerly owned and occupied by the founding partner of the long established engineering and building consultancy, Richard Jackson Partnership, read more about this completed sale just in time for Christmas trading.