With properties across the country, the family owned business has secured 13 lease renewals, including those of multi-national companies FMG Consulting, based at Yorkshire House, Liverpool and Edmundsons Electrical at Kingfisher Court, Northwich.
Millfield Estates has also strengthened its reputation in its home town of Bolton, securing an array of returning business at their Moorland House, Riverside and Boundary Industrial Estate premises.
These renewals showcase Millfield Estates continued investment in their buildings with a number of major upgrades over the past 12 months; contributing to a rent rise approaching £50,000 from the various renewals.
Paul Dobson, Property Director for Millfield Estates, commented:
“We pride ourselves on our tenant retention at Millfield Estates and these successful lease renewals showcase just that. Keeping tenants happy is one of our core philosophies and it is testament to our team’s knowledge and expertise that so many of our tenants are happy to sign up for new leases.
In addition to its lease renewals, Millfield Estates has also secured increases in rent from two of their established tenants.
With TSB Bank at 8 Chequer Street, St Albans and Mosscare St Vincent Housing Group at Longford Trading Estate, Stretford, midway through long term leases, both have now agreed substantial rent increases for 2018 due to Millfield Estates continued high-quality services.
For more information about Millfield Estates, please visit the website www.millfieldestates.com
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