Colliers International and Burston Cook fully let Blenheim Court

Landlord XLB Property, advised by Colliers International and Burston Cook, has carried out a refurbishment and secured a tenant for Unit 4 Blenheim Court, at Beaufort Office Park in Bristol, just two months after it became vacant.


Water treatment specialist Nijhuis H20K has taken a five year lease on the 1,487 sq ft office, which is located in a terrace of two-storey purpose-built offices and has open-plan accommodation over two floors and six allocated parking spaces.


James Preece, national offices director in the Bristol office of Colliers International, said: “Blenheim Court is prominently located fronting Woodlands Lane, and the self-contained nature of these offices appeals to many potential occupiers’.


Finola Ingham from Burston Cook added: “The recent refurbishment of Unit 4 at Blenheim Court made it an attractive proposition, and we are anticipating similar levels of interest in Unit 1, which is due to be returned to the landlord later this year.”

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James Preece

Director

Bristol

I am a Director in the National Offices team based in Bristol and have over 17 years experience.

 

Having joined Colliers International in August 2008 my role has included numerous disposals and acquisitions in the South West for a myriad of clients, from large funds such as Aviva to private individuals.

 

I previously worked for Bidwells Business Space Agency team in Cambridge (2003 -2008) where I specialised in office and research & development disposals and acquisitions.

 

My career commenced in 1999 with Chesterton International Plc in London. After qualifying as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2001, I remained in the City office agency team.

 

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