1st February 2011 back to news

IMEX Business Park, Stirling - Salvation army take 6 units at IMEX

The Salvation Army have let a total of 6 units, totalling 6,575 sq.ft at Imex Business Park, Broadleys, Stirling. Initially the Salvation Army took 4 units in April 2010 for furniture storage/distribution to homeless people being provided with accommodation.

Due to the success of the Scheme, the Salvation Army have let a further 2 units to provide additional storage facilities.

A spokesperson on behalf of The Salvation Army said: “We are pleased to secure additional units on this site. It is evidence of the continuing success of The Salvation Army’s “The Valley” project, which means that we can reach further and have a greater impact in the community we serve where there is a growing demand for this exciting new social enterprise scheme.”

Andrew Peel, of Letting Agents, Graham + Sibbald, commented: “To achieve the letting of 6 units to the Salvation Army has provided a massive boost to the Imex Business Centre in the current challenging economic climate. The workshop space within Imex Business Centre is now fully let.”

Graham + Sibblad act on behalf of the Landlords, Lear Investments Ltd who own a number of similar business parks throughout the country.  There is now only 3 small office units, extending to around 450 sq.ft, available, which provide excellent space from small/start-up businesses.  Competitive rents, flexible leases and incentives are being offered. 

For any further information please contact Andrew Peel, commercial department at the Stirling office: 01786463111.  -end