South West commercial agents gain bird’s eye view of Plymouth
LDT took the marketing of Plymouth Enterprise Park (PEP) to new heights as the most senior commercial agents in the South West were flown by helicopter into Plymouth to be briefed on the latest proposals.
The group that included BNP Paribas, Knight Frank, JLL, Miller, Stratton Creber and Monk and partners gained a bird’s eye view of the excellent location of the site as they flew across the Tamar Valley before landing on-site to meet LDT Managing Director, Daniel Stephenson with a well earned cup of coffee supplied by the mobile Devon Coffee Company.
During the briefing Mr Stephenson confirmed four acres were already let and occupied and that a further acre had been let this week.
Hosting the event were property agents Listers and Harcourt Kerr who advised that the interest in the site was predominantly from the manufacturing, distribution and energy sectors, attracted to the location and proximity of the neighbouring grid transformer. Philip Kerr, Harcourt Kerr, stated: “The group was able to appreciate first-hand the potential of PEP in terms of its infrastructure and see for themselves the growing attraction of Plymouth as a transport hub.”