The first building frame in now in place at Bexhill’s proposed new business initiative.
Construction work on land to the north-east of the town has reached an early milestone - the steel frame of the first building of the Bexhill Innovation Park has been completed.
a major new business and residential community
Named Glovers House, it is claimed this will be “a high quality, contemporary business centre over three floors.” When completed there will be a variety of offices for a combination of small, medium and large companies.
Construction began last October with ground and foundation works. The steel frame has now been completed and the roof and floors installed.
The next step will be to create the external façade and install windows.
The building is on schedule to be completed later this summer.
The park is being developed by economic development company Sea Change Sussex to help local firms expand and attract companies to the area.
As well as Glovers House, the Bexhill Innovation Park has sites for up to a further 220,000 sq ft of premises. Companies can commission Sea Change to develop freehold or leasehold properties for them or buy sites to develop their own.
Complemented by significant home building plans for the area, it will create a major new business and residential community to the north-east of Bexhill.
The Innovation Park will be accessed from the north via the forthcoming Link Road and, from the south, via the new ‘Gateway Road’ which Sea Change is developing to connect to Bexhill’s Wrestwood Road.
Anyone interested in offices in Glovers House or sites on the Bexhill Innovation Park should contact one of Sea Change’s agents: Richard Harding, Bray Fox Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 7629 5456, Chris Broome, Cluttons: email@example.com, 01273 738383