Monk & Partners have been instructed to announce phase II of Dolbeare Business Park to the market comprising an exciting new development of 4 new business units as well as a convenience retail unit.

Due to start construction in a few months time the development has recently gained planning consent for a convenience store of circa 4250 sq ft with terms now agreed with a national occupier whilst two of the four business units each being circa 2000 sq ft over two levels have parties wishing to purchase and solicitors are instructed.

The business units are arranged in a terrace and designed by local architects Van Ellen Sherryn to provide high quality and distinctive units.

Due for completion in the spring of 2023 the remaining two units are available to purchase Long Leasehold (999 years) each with good allocations of car parking.

Phase II is expected to be followed thereafter by three further phases of development to provide additional similar units to create another quality business environment following on from the highly successful Linhay Business Park created by the same developer which accommodates companies such as Age UK, Devon & Cornwall Police, Cambium Networks among others.

John  Slade of Monk & Partners comments, “we have worked with this developer for many years on both sites and are proud of the environment that has been created with top quality occupiers in place. We are very excited about the next phase of Dolbeare Business Park which will be located alongside the existing Police Station and has been designed to provide a product that will be unique and extremely appealing to the area.”

The subsequent phases are intended to follow the theme to create a busy business hub in a location adjacent to the A38 and mid way between the three main population centres of Devon, namely Exeter, Plymouth and Torbay.

Further information on the last two units or the later phases are available from Monk & Partners (01752 255222)