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15 August, 2020 - 17:06 By Tony Quested

Woodlands Business Park enters second phase

The Huntingdon office of Barker Storey Matthews is now marketing the second phase of Woodlands Business Park – a new development adjacent to the A1 in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire – following the success of the first phase where all the units are under offer.

The latest phase, where Barker Storey Matthews is the sole agent acting for the developer, is the second of the courtyard schemes at Woodlands Business Park and offers 13 industrial/warehouse business units for sale or lease.

Ranging in size from 2,280 sq ft to 21,000 sq ft, the phase two units are arranged in two terraces of smaller workshop/storage units and two large distribution-style sheds. All have allocated parking spaces in ratios proportionate to the unit size.

Stephen Power, who is leading the marketing of the units from BSM’s Huntingdon office, says the development has continued to attract serious interest from a range of industrial occupiers.

He said: “Even while work on site was halted temporarily in the early spring because of business lockdown we were registering serious interest from investors and occupiers. And a number of units on phase two are already sold or under offer.

“Now that construction is underway in earnest again at Woodlands Business Park, after the business lockdown pause in the spring – we’re anticipating solid interest from investors or owner occupiers looking to capitalise on the development’s prime location and quality new build units.”

The units at Woodlands Business Park are scheduled for occupation next spring. For more information, call Stephen Power on 01480 451578 or email him at: srp [at] or see

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