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Office space expected to be in demand – reflecting rise and rise of Gloucester

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Written by: Gloucestershire Echo & Gloucester Citizen | Posted 20 October 2017 11:58

Office space expected to be in demand – reflecting rise and rise of Gloucester

Apparently Gloucester now has a reputation in some quarters as a ‘vibrant and prosperous’ commercial centre, and businesses looking to locate there could do worse than Goodridge Court.

This is all according to property experts Bruton Knowles which is championing the “quality office space” found just two miles from the city centre and Junction 12 of the M5.

Goodridge Court offers 3,446 sq ft of modern office space on the first floor, sub-divided to provide a flexible range of offices and meeting rooms.

William Matthews from Bruton Knowles said: “This is a well-located and sought-after location in the popular business hub at Quedgeley.  The office provides access to the Southwest Bypass and motorway and is available on a new lease for a term to be agreed.”

Gloucestershire’s recovery has encompassed long awaited refurbishments for major destinations such as Gloucester Quays and has provided the vital spark for thousands of start-ups and SMEs - the lifeblood of the local economy, according to Bruston Knowles.

Mr Matthews added: “The region has an enviable record as a nursery for start-ups and for small to medium firms which have survived their first years and are looking to step up to the next level.

“Gloucester has benefitted from the surge in internet shopping leading to increased demand for storage and distribution facilities with good transport connections, whether here in Quedgeley or at the local trade parks.”

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