Double letting for popular Worksop Networkcentre

NSM has let two units at the Shireoaks Networkcentre on Coach Crescent in Worksop.

The two family-run businesses have each taken industrial units at the popular site. Offering 24/7, secure workspace. Bakare Beds Limited has moved into 2,730 sq ft and an existing tenant has expanded into a second 3,550 sq ft unit.

Bakare Beds is a nationwide supplier of specialist electric profiling beds for care homes, hospices and special needs schools. Headquartered in Plymouth, the new unit will be Bakare Beds’ UK wide distribution hub.

Steve Baker, Managing Director of Bakare Beds said: “Shireoaks Networkcentre offers a great location for our deliveries which come from across Europe as well as the ability to distribute our products around the UK. It is a great central, easily accessible location and provides modern premises which we have fit out to our specific requirements.

“We have already recruited four local people, including a new Logistics Manager, and continue to look for talent to support our growth. It’s a really exciting time for the business and, although the pandemic has been very challenging, it has enabled us to take stock and make some important decisions about how to best manage our expansion and service our customers around the country.”

Shireoaks Networkcentre provides 10 industrial units totalling 27,529 sq ft providing a range of space for start-ups, growing companies and those needing extra secure and well-connected logistic space. Located on Shireoaks Triangle, near junction 31 of the M1, the centre is within easy reach of Sheffield and the East Midlands.

The site is managed by NSM which secured the recent lettings. Helen Gordon, associate director at NSM, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bakare Beds to the Shireoaks business community. We have seen strong demand as the workspace offer flexible, secure space and great access to the M1. With only two units remaining at the site and strong interest I’m sure the networkcentre will soon be fully let, particularly with the recent surge in online retail.”