Beech Court Exterior View 1
Beech Court is now fully occupied. Credit: Prime Property Consultancy

Prime fills building at M60 Office Park

Incoming deals at Prime Property Consultancy’s Swinton business park with Kandoo Car Credit and Select Car Leasing mean that the 15,000 sq ft building is now fully let.

The new tenants, both working in the automotive finance sector, join existing occupiers BT Local Business, Kingsbury Holdings, 4 Medical Clinical Solutions and Amalgamated Ltd on the park, which is located just off Junction 16 of the M60.

Mark Ferris, principal of Select Car Leasing Manchester, said: “I was impressed with the way that the team at Prime Property handled the whole process and we are very much looking forward to growing our business in our new home at M60 Office Park and enjoying the onsite amenities.”

Kandoo Car Credit director Phil Seymour said: “We are a growing and aspirational business, M60 Office Park ticked all the boxes for us. We are delighted with the natural light in our new suite at Beech Court and glad to have been able to secure the last available space in the building.”

Taken as a whole, occupancy at the office park has gone from 40% pre-Covid to more than 70% at this point.

Imran Younus, commercial director for Prime Property Consultancy, said of the park’s appeal: “The new amenity hub together with unrivalled on-site parking and landscaped parklands is already encouraging companies back to the office post-Covid.

“We are experiencing a distinct upturn in interest and lettings recently as companies put into place their return to the office strategies meaning our occupancy levels have increased from 40% let pre-Covid to now over 70%.”

Only one office building remains at the scheme, the 23,500 sq ft Elm Court.

JLL and Cushman & Wakefield are joint agents on the scheme. Kuits Solicitors acted for the landlord.

Prime recently let the whole of the 23,500 sq ft Maple Court building at M60 Office Park to fashion e-tailer In the Style, while it has also fully let its own headquarters building Chichester House, with national charity Freedom from Torture taking the 5,000 sq ft ground floor.

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