Deanprint Lawnhurst Industrial Estate p.Flashbulb

Deanprint has signed a 15-year lease on the new unit. Credit: via Flashbulb

Deanprint finds new home, opens door for Lidl 

The printing company will relocate from Cheadle Heath Works, its home for more than a century, to a 22,000 sq ft unit at Logicor’s Lawnhurst Trading Estate. 

Deanprint’s move from its existing home on Stockport Road comes as Lidl progresses plans to knock down Cheadle Heath Works to make way for a supermarket. 

Deanprint was founded in 1890 in Stockport and moved into Cheadle Heath Works in 1920. 

“We are very proud of our Stockport roots,” said David Thurrold, managing director of Deanprint. 

“While our previous premises served us well for over 100 years, we are excited to be starting a new chapter in this modern, sustainable building that perfectly suits our business space needs, enabling us to best serve our local and UK-wide customers.” 

The relocation to Lawnhurst Trading Estate sees Deanprint sign a 15-year lease on a recently refurbished unit. 

James Carney, Logicor’s senior asset manager, said: “Unit 16 has undergone a full refurbishment to bring the property back to life, providing high-quality, sustainable business space in this established industrial location.  

“We are very pleased to provide a new home, on a long-term lease, for this local business and welcome them as a new customer to our UK portfolio.” 

Logicor was founded in 2012 by Blackstone and sold in 2017 to China Investment Corporation.  

JLL and Sanderson Weatherall advised Logicor on the Deanprint deal.

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Wishing you and all the staff good luck for the future.

By Wally

David Thurrold , if you still own Dean print, cheadle still, any chance we could have a look round, before it’s knocked down, as Robert Shaw worked there age 17, just memories .

By Karen shaw

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