230-year-old firm signs new lease at Liverpool Waters

Global commodities warehousing and logistics business Henry Bath signs new 10-year office lease at Liverpool Waters. Tony McDonough reports

Liverpool Waters
Liverpool Waters has secured Henry Bath on a new 10-year lease


Peel L&P has secured a new 10-year lease with one of its existing tenants at Princes Dock in Liverpool Waters.

Established in 1794, Henry Bath is a specialist in global commodities warehousing and logistics. It is a long-standing occupier of Princes Dock. Now it has signed a new lease on a 4,150 sq ft suite which will undergo a new fit-out by Claremont.

Paul Wynne, group chief financial officer at Henry Bath, said: “As a recently certified carbon neutral organisation, sustainability and the environment are key strategic considerations for us.

“We are delighted that our new office provides us with the opportunity to meet our carbon goals, while at the same time providing our staff and clients with a first-class environment in which to conduct business.”

Henry Bath says it has chosen to stay at Liverpool Waters partly because the office space is verified as operationally net zero. From this year all the commercial buildings at Princes Dock will be connected to Liverpool Water’s district heat network.

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Liza Marco, asset manager at Peel L&P’s Liverpool Waters, said: “With businesses adopting more flexible approaches to working, clients are demanding high quality sustainable office spaces.

“And they are investing heavily in fit outs that promote wellbeing as well as boosting efficiency and creativity.

“All our Princes Dock offices have been verified as net zero for three years running and occupiers are clearly seeing the benefits from both an energy efficiency and wellbeing perspective.”

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