Strong interest in industrial premises and business units has characterised the Huntingdon commercial property market this year (2021) and has remained consistent in the final months of the year, according to the local office of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews.
The recent sale to two retail properties on Huntingdon High Street reinforces the position that town centre bricks and mortar still retains appeal to property investors.
The sale of three interlinked business units on Harvard Way, Kimbolton by the Huntingdon office of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews rounds off a year (2020) which has seen the industrial sector as the star performer on the local – and national – commercial property scene.
The Huntingdon office of Barker Storey Matthews – now part of Eddisons – has confirmed the freehold sale of an industrial unit on the Stukeley Meadows Industrial Estate in the town to Playfords Ltd, a building services and engineering contractor.
I am delighted that we have agreed a deal with the European Union and I am confident that the United Kingdom will thrive outside the EU and cement its position as the best place in the world to start, grow and run a business.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has further extended the government’s three Coronavirus business interruption loan schemes. The extension means that the schemes will now have an end date of 31 March 2021, putting further support in place for those who may need it.
More businesses will now be able to benefit from the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS), the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS) and the Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) and Bounce Back Loan Scheme top-ups.
To date, the three schemes have supported a total of over 1.5m facilities to businesses, providing over £68 billion of finance*.
The team at Barker Storey Matthews has joined forces with Eddisons, one of the UK’s fastest growing chartered surveyors.
Eddisons work with individuals, private property companies, corporate organisations and local authorities, supplying creative and effective property solutions. In the EG 2020 awards as the most active agent for Cambridgeshire and the East of England Their services range from surveys and acquisitions to the sale and letting of commercial property, as well as valuations, building consultancy and management.
With highly-qualified, client-focused staff across the region you can be assured that you are in safe hands. Whatever your goals or needs, Eddisons can assist you in finding the perfect commercial premises. They offer the widest range of industrial units, office space, retail premises and development land.
Search their available property or get in touch to discuss your needs with a member of the team.
Visit the Eddisons website here: http://eddisons.com/services/property-sales/regions-overview/commercial-property-for-sale-east-of-england/bsm-eddisons/
The Dairy Response Fund 2020 provides support to eligible dairy farmers in England who produce cows’ milk. They can apply for a one-off payment.
*The application deadline for the Dairy Response Fund has been extended. We must receive applications by midnight on Friday 11 September 2020.
Growing your business – this is a really exciting time. All of the hard work establishing the business is paying off and you can now start thinking about what the next stages to grow the business might be.
The Professional and Business Services Sector and Enterprise Nation, supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, have teamed up to offer small and medium sized businesses free advice to help them recover from the impact of Coronavirus. This offer will be available until 31st December 2020.
We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new series of online events looking to explore new technologies to accelerate growth and gain an edge for the future. These events will welcome industry experts to introduce key technologies of 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Digital Twins. Brought to you by Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA)
The Hertfordshire LEP, working with Skills Support for the Workforce, is seeking the views of employers in Hertfordshire. We appreciate that this is a difficult time for many organisations. We are keen to understand what funded training provision might benefit your organisation in better times and also what needs may have arisen through the impacts of recent events. We are keen to hear from employers of all sizes (including sole traders) and from all sectors.