Weston Homes launched Seven Acres business park in Takeley (GB)

Weston Homes launched Seven Acres business park in Takeley (GB)

Weston Homes has launched Seven Acres in Takeley near Stansted Airport, a new business park consisting of 12 commercial units, providing a total of c. 3,105m2 of commercial space and 102 on-site car parking with EV charging points, offering business tenants high-quality commercial space close to one of the capital’s leading airports and with easy access to Central London, the South East and the motorway network.


With construction underway and build completion scheduled for Q2 2024, the 12 commercial units at Seven Acres are designed as shells, offering businesses the flexibility to tailor their spaces to their unique requirements. 


The unit specification includes a minimum eaves height of 7 meters, steel portal frame construction, 50kn/m2 floor loading, a three-phase power supply, electric full-height roller shutter access doors, electric security bollards, generous parking facilities, and EV charging points.


The units left available include units 7 and 8 (and separately Units 9 and 10) which offer c. 517.6mof space, both with 19 parking spaces, and can be acquired for c. 1.6m per unit. Unit 4 offers or c. 258.8m2 with 7 parking spaces and is priced at c. €812,019. For businesses requiring smaller spaces, Units 5, 6, 11, and 12, each offering c. 258.8m2 with 6 parking spaces per unit, are available for c. €805,084 each. All prices exclude VAT.


Connectivity is a key advantage of Seven Acres, as it enjoys easy access to major road networks including the A120, M11, and M25, facilitating efficient transportation of goods and services. Businesses at Seven Acres can seamlessly connect with London in just over an hour, whether by train or car, making it an attractive option for companies seeking a foothold in the Southeast. Additionally, the business park offers proximity to Stansted Airport which is only a seven-minute drive away, making it an ideal choice for companies engaged in international commerce.


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