Tustin Developments has completed four new lettings deals in Preston.
Lancashire County Council Libraries Service has taken 10,000 sq ft on a ten year lease at Tustin's speculative industrial development at Tustin Way, located off Longridge Road, in Preston.
Quay Plastics, manufacturers of plastic building products for home improvements, has taken 4,000 sq ft for a term of six years and Auto Windscreens, an automotive glazing company, has taken 1,000 sq ft at the site.
Danny Pinkus, from Robert Pinkus & Co, joint agent on the scheme, said: "We couldn't be happier with the ongoing interest that is being shown in the site which seems to have bucked the trend that has been felt elsewhere due to the recent economic downturn. We have a constant healthy turnover and take up of units in this location.
"Tustin Way is in a great location close to the city centre and on the doorstep of the M6 and we hope the popularity of the business park long continues."
Tustin Way is a development of 14 warehouse and industrial units ranging from 1,000 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft and is part of Red Scar Business Park, also owned by Tustin Developments.
Meanwhile, at Red Scar Business Park, Places for People, a Preston-based housing association has taken 3,000 sq ft on a three year lease.
Bailey Deakin & Hamiltons is joint agent on Tustin Way. Details of the rental agreements were not disclosed.