It has disposed of units at Castlewood Business Park, off Junction 28 of the M1, with Screwfix and Howdens taking two each.
Tim Gilbertson, of FHP, said: “It’s great to see further quality additions to the fantastic list of occupiers we have at Castlewood Business Park.
“With the best part of 2,000,000 sq ft now built on site, the disposal of these small trade counter units really augments the scheme as they sit prominently at the entrance to the estate adjoining Costa Coffee, a Shell Petrol Filling Station and Greggs.”
Just one trade counter unit now remains at Castlewood following the deals.
Tim said: “I’m sure this will be snapped up quickly by an occupier wanting to benefit from the fantastic location and terrific footfall created by the adjoining household name occupiers.”
James Richards, development director at Clowes, said: “We are delighted at this latest deal.
“Having lived and breathed Castlewood now for nearly 15 years, it’s terrific to see the huge range of quality occupiers we have and I’m sure the final unit on this scheme will be let quickly.
“We have news of other deals at Castlewood to bring forward shortly and I’m sure that this market-leading business park will continue to go from strength to strength as we reach the point of nearly having developed out the entirety of the scheme.”