St. Modwen's completes final phase of Surrey's Henley Business Park
A further boost has been given to Surrey’s economy with the joint completion of the final phase of St. Modwen’s, Henley Business Park and with a 7,000 sq ft unit in the new development being taken by leading technology company, Hydronix.
Hydronix, which joins other top businesses in the park, is a manufacturer of digital microwave measurement technology and its two units totalling 7,000 sq ft are set to provide a modern facility for its established international business.
It comprises eight new buildings that provide a range of units from 3,500 sq ft up to 27,650 sq ft. Work started on the speculatively built units in April this year.
Senior development manager at St. Modwen, David McGougan, said: “St. Modwen has always had great confidence in the Surrey market.
“With now a total of 310,000 sq ft of floor space having been developed in 25 buildings providing nearly 500 jobs and all the first three phases fully occupied.
“The Hydronix deal on the extension caps this and reinforces that Henley Business Park is undoubtedly the proven location of choice for businesses in Surrey.”
At 20 acres, Henley Business Park is the largest commercial regeneration project in west Surrey.
“Henley Business Park was established during World War II as an armaments factory by Vokes Ltd and the company maintained a presence there until the site was acquired by St. Modwen in 2002.”
When fully occupied, the Business Park will provide employment for nearly 500 people.
Churchod & Co and JLL are the joint letting agents for Henley Business Park. Kingstons acted on behalf of Hydronix.