CBRE have agreed to two major lettings at Liverpool Innovation Park, working with the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) in order to further develop the scheme.
Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust is an existing tenant that has further committed to its tenancy for another decade, while CBRE has also made a significant letting to Red Production, producer of popular drama series like Happy Valley and Last.
Meanwhile, existing tenants David Twigg Consulting, Araya Facilities Services, Hyperion Executive Search, and Tecmark have all signed up to renew their agreements.
Liverpool Innovation Park, providing extensive serviced office accommodation within a parkland setting, has become the home of many successful businesses. Work by CBRE to improve occupancy levels is still ongoing, with the firm’s building consultancy team currently advising the HCA on its further investment plans for the park.
These investments will include the demolition of certain existing buildings and the construction of a new road for greater car parking access, both of which will be finished by July. HCA is also replacing the roof of the Innovation Park’s main building to improve heating efficiency and create designated tenant rooftop plant area. The aim of all these works is to enhance the look and feel of the park.
Senior surveyor of asset services at CBRE’s Liverpool office, David Tyson, said:
“We are delighted to be continuing our successful relationship with the HCA by securing additional high profile lettings.
“The ongoing commitment by the HCA in investing in the park has attracted new occupiers, ensured the retention of existing tenants, and will undoubtedly secure its long-term success.
“Liverpool Innovation Park has built a superb reputation as a vibrant business hub and our team is committed to ensuring the ongoing success and management of the site.”
Carol Sutton, senior area manager at HCA said:
“We are pleased to see that the park continues to see growth in lettings with more in the pipeline.
“Our investment in further improvements to the site is just one example of how we are supporting local economic growth.”
Words: Peter Cribley