Flexible Commercial Properties Available in Nottingham

Posted on 1 December, 2011 by MOVEHUT

Some commercial agents are now offering attractive incentives in order to surpass competitors and attract new businesses to their commercial properties. So what incentives are on offer?

Nottingham commercial property agents, Salloway who are currently working on behalf of The Big Yellow Self Storage Company, are currently offering 23,000 sq ft of warehouse space, at a first-class rate. Tenants occupying a warehouse in Nottingham will be offered all inclusive or flexible space, so they only have to pay for the space what they choose to have. They will furthermore have 24 hour access, seven days a week and will have access to a fork lift truck as and when required.

Speaking of the incentive, Marc Ballard, Director at Salloway, stated: “This is a fantastic concept that allows occupiers to minimise their stock holding costs and ensure that they are kept in highly secure premises.

“The space has a capacity of 500 pallets but can be subdivided to accommodate several occupiers with minimum occupation periods from only one month. Big Yellow recognises that businesses often have flexible bulk storage requirements throughout the year and this is an innovative way of accommodating companies’ needs,” Mr Ballard added.

So if you need a warehouse on flexible terms and in a good location, Salloway may be  an ideal commercial agent to help you. As the Manager of The Big Yellow Self Storage Company, Ed Taylor, put across: “This site has brilliant road connections. It’s located on Lenton Lane industrial estate, a few miles from the M1 and has great access to the City Centre.”

“We are happy to consider accommodating short or long term requirements,” Mr Taylor added.

Salloway are not the only agent to offer an incentive for potential tenants, as Movehut reported earlier this month, Bruntwood are currently offering rent-free office space in Liverpool. Speaking of the incentive, Colin Forshaw, Head of Sales at Bruntwood, stated: “By offering office space free of rent, Bruntwood is able to give businesses some respite from the initial overheads or expensive start-up costs, helping them concentrate on running their business.”

Tenants looking for commercial properties are advised to shop around before choosing, as there are currently many incentives available for commercial space.

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