Unit 6, Broomhill Road, Spurryhillock Industrial Estate, Stonehaven has been let by DM Hall, one of Scotland leading independent Chartered Surveyors to Howden Joinery Properties Ltd.
Extending to approximately 8,000 square feet, the building was constructed on a speculative basis and let prior to its completion to Howden, the UK?۪s leading supplier of kitchens and joinery products to trade customers. The unit will serve trade customers in Stonehaven and South Aberdeenshire and supplement the company?۪s expanding group of 600 depots throughout the UK.
The building was let on a new 15 year lease without break.
Howdens were represented by Montagu Evans.
Stuart Johnston, commercial partner at DM Hall’s Aberdeen office said: “The construction of this unit represents one of the few new developments in Stonehaven in recent years, in relation to which we received strong interest and were very pleased to have identified Howden as the new tenant. Locations such as Stonehaven continue to represent excellent value in comparison to Aberdeen and has the added benefit of easy access to the city and the main A90 trunk road?.
Mark Churchill, Head of Property for Howden Joinery said: ???We have been looking for the right premises in Stonehaven to complement our existing depots in and around Aberdeen and this new depot will enable us to grow our local business. We are very pleased to have opened for trade at Spurryhillock Industrial Estate as part of our on-going expansion programme.?
Refurbishment works are also nearing completion on a large industrial unit that adjoins Unit 6 that is available to let on flexible terms at a rent of ?80,000 per annum. The unit extends to approximately 12,500 square feet and comprises a workshop with ancillary offices and a large, concrete surfaced secure yard. Further information is available from DM Hall.