LIP welcomes new names

Ashtenne has reported five small lettings at Liverpool Innovation Park.

Accountant Jonathan Ford & Co took 500 sq ft at LIP in addition to its current premises in Rainhill.

Housing association, the Regenda Group, moved from Speke, taking 2,000 sq ft.
Very PC, which builds computers and servers, took 381 sq ft, expanding its business which is currently headquartered in Sheffield.

Bed Space, which provides support and accommodation for vulnerable people, took 239 sq ft in Baird House.

In addition to these four new tenants, Rest & Relax, a chauffeur service, which has been a tenant at the park since March 2012, moved from 100 sq ft to 240 sq ft unit.

Quoting rents are £13/sq ft.

Delyth Lloyd, innovation manager at Liverpool Innovation Park, said: "We are very pleased to see more and more companies choosing LIP as their number one business destination. All of our new tenants will benefit from being located amongst other like-minded businesses and we will work with them to ensure that they interact with one another to encourage business growth. They will certainly add to the vibrant business community, which is continuing to develop at LIP."

Liverpool Innovation Park is operated by Space Northwest, a joint venture between Ashtenne Industrial Fund and the Homes and Communities Agency.

Liverpool Innovation Park is partly funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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