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Mar 24, 2016 11:01 EST

The Lightrooms: Carbon conscious, sustainable office development with a range of work space for businesses who demand the best

iCrowdNewswire - Mar 24, 2016

The Lightrooms

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Real Estate Investment Opportunity – North East

About The Lightrooms

Overview

The Lightrooms is a carbon conscious, sustainable office development with a range of work space for businesses who demand the best. The combination of energy efficient technologies and smart internal and external finishes provide an ideal cost effective base for growing SMEs.


The Market

Aycliffe Business Park is an employment location of regional significance and the largest in County Durham with over 250 businesses from all sectors. The business park is known for it’s association with manufacturing and engineering, with businesses working in that sector for over 50 years here. However, over the years, the site has seen a massive increase in SMEs joining the park working working in a wide variety of sectors, and the number continues to grow. The site, which is over 400 hectares, holds a critical mass of over 250 companies, which major employers such as Gestamp Tallent; Husqvarna, Ebac, Permoid, Lucite, Compound Photonics, Lidl and Stiller.

The decision of Hitachi Rail Europe to locate its UK train manufacturing facility on the Parkhas served to further underline its importance as a major employment area with real opportunities for growth.

“The £82m plant, which will open this year, will be one of northeast England’s most significant industrial investments since Nissan’s arrival in 1984.” – FT.comAs well as this, The North East’s first University Technical College (UTC) has recently been given the green-light by the Department for Education, offering hundreds of young people a life-changing future in engineering and advanced manufacturing

Sponsored by the University of Sunderland, Hitachi Rail Europe and Gestamp Tallent Automotive, the new £10m South Durham UTC, based at Newton Aycliffe Business Park, will specialise in Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering helping to plug a worrying skills gap in this sector and make a significant contribution to the region’s economic development.

Key Factors Driving Demand

  • Small firms accounted for 99.3 per cent of all private sector businesses in the UK, with the North East seeing one of the highest rates of growing of 13% from 2013 – 2014.
  • There is a need for low carbon, affordable office space.
  • A fast growing business park, with major businesses such as Hitachi Rail Europe, Gestamp Tallent; Husqvarna, Ebac, Permoid, Lucite, Compound Photonics, Lidl and Stiller.
  • Rising employment opportunities.

 

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