The joint venture between developer St Modwen and Halton Council has reported three lettings at the second phase of the £5.9m Heron Business Park in Widnes.
The new occupiers have taken more than 16,000 sq ft. They are building maintenance specialist, JC Construction, chemical products company Catalloy and security systems supplier Motion Systems.
Richard Bakes, development manager at St Modwen, said: "Following the tremendous success of phase one, which is now fully let, it's great to see that the second phase is off to such a strong start. In what continues to be a challenging market, we have shown there is still demand for high-quality industrial premises and we have a number of other interested parties in the pipeline.
Heron Business Park comprises 125,000 sq ft of light-industrial space and is part of the Widnes Waterfront regeneration project. Phase two is 19 units totaling 74,287 sq ft of commercial space.
Dixon Webb and GVA Grimley are joint agents for Widnes Regeneration.