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business park

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business park

A development designed for warehouse, office or light-industrial use, with generous landscaping and open spaces.

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The park, which is 96.7% occupied, is contiguous to the company's existing 164,000 square foot Charcot Business Park, which is 100.0% occupied.
Cobalt Business Park - the biggest in the UK - has been chosen to feature in Green Journeys, a national campaign highlighting the importance of bus travel in driving economic growth by improving access to jobs and cutting congestion.
"As chairman of the West Midlands Task Force, I wanted to visit the thriving business park to see how public investment is continuing to help companies in the face of the economic downturn.
The business parks are at Ty Mawr, Holyhead' Llandudno Junction' Parc Caer Seion, Con-wy' St Asaph Business Park, (including OPTIC Technium)' North Wales Business Park, Abergele' Deeside Industrial Park' Hawarden Business Park' Warren Hall, near Broughton, St David's Park, Ewloe' Parc Menai, Bangor (including CAST)' Galeri, Victoria Dock, Caernarfon' Parc Bryn Cegin, Bangor' Wrexham Industrial Estate and Wrexham Technology Park.
National Business Parks has construction supervision and leasing responsibility for these additions.
"In order to ensure that the future of business parks remains bright and in line with the expectations of local authorities, developers are increasingly looking for more sustainable sites, reflecting a change on the nature of business park locations and style.
GVA's national head of offices Carl Potter said: "Most growth has come from high-tech, automotive-engineering and aerospace industries, which tend to focus their requirements on business parks because of the varied benefits they offer.
Owned, developed and managed by international property group Goodman, the agreements marks the success of Birmingham Business Park as a business environment, where more than 8,500 people are now employed.
The business parks are Ty Mawr at Holyhead, Llandudno Junction, Parc Caer Seion in Conwy, St Asaph Business Park including the OpTIC Tech-nium, North Wales Business Park, Deeside Industrial Park, Hawarden Industrial Park, Warren Hall at Broughton, St David's Park in Ewloe, Ban-gor's Parc Menai including the CAST Technium, Victoria Dock in Caernarfon, Parc Bryn Cegin at Bangor, Wrexham Industrial Estate and Wrexham Technology Park.
Similarly, at the Southgate Corporate Office Center, National Business Parks is maintaining a competitive edge with a massive renovation of 475 South Street, a 209,000-square-foot building.

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