North West property group Hurstwood is geared up about recent letting deal with a classic motorcycle restoration company.
The 12-month deal with newly established ‘Blast from the Past’ will see the company mixing the old with the new at New Hall Hey business park in Rawtenstall.
Managing Director John Ditchfield says: “New Hall Hey is the perfect place for this business. The site itself is great, really convenient for the motorway and close to all the local amenities.
“All of our clients are located within about three to four miles so it’s great to be close to them.
“At the moment we are still unpacking and building-up the interior – we are really looking forward to finishing the move and opening.
“Hurstwood have been fantastic, really helpful and prompt in all matters.”
Mark Carling, Sales Director at Hurstwood, commented: “New Hall Hey never fails to impress businesses with its location and the different accommodation options available.
“We are really pleased to have secured this deal. We are a local company so it’s great to bring new business to the Rossendale Valley.
“We encourage any businesses thinking of relocating to consider Rossendale as an option as they will have a real positive economic impact.”
New Hall Hey Business estate is situated off New Hall Hey Road, Rawtenstall.
Based on Marsden Street, Manchester, Hurstwood has commercial property interests in the North West, Midlands and Wales with approximately 500 occupier clients at over 100 locations.
For further information about Hurstwood contact Mark Carling 0161 220 1995 or visit www.crystalhurstwood.com.