Sharpen your pencils: it’s 2016! – January 2016

It’s a new year and we’re on a real high. Just today we’ve just submitted our entry for Estates Gazette’s annual round up of deals transacted. We’ll have to be patient, as there’s a while to wait before rankings are announced. But for year ending December 2015 it’s a pretty impressive list, even by our standards!
We’ve a lot of very exciting new ventures in the pipeline too, although again we may have to exercise patience!
(In our industry you come to understand that things can happen slowly, which can be hard when we’re bursting with good news! One example being that Archant announced their move to Portman House just before Christmas. That was an exciting deal we were involved in and knew about months and months ago.)
But looking at the calendar for January, February and March, well, it’s going to be action packed. We’re looking at a lot of new instructions for Penn Commercial, and these are just the headline ones… In Ipswich, it’s looking like work will get underway in the new Westgate Quarter (the flattened site of the old Civic Centre, Ipswich Borough Council’s previous home). Then there are exciting new plans for the area around Ranelagh Road and Zest nightclub, close to where Ipswich railway station is being refurbished.
And just along the way, there are likely to be significant new developments at Harris Business Park on Hadleigh Road too. Elsewhere in the county, we’re involved in the sale or letting of Kirkley House, a modern two storey brick built office building with good car parking and in a prominent situation close to Lowestoft town centre.
And hot off the press, we’re going to be involved in the Deben Business Centre, just outside of Woodbridge.
And there’s news of a huge £2.4 million development site at Ardleigh, just to the north of Colchester that we’re being involved in. Just watch this space!
That’s on top of all the regular business that we’re involved in – the regular letting of properties right across the county on business parks, warehouse sites, and shopping areas. So we’re starting the year with a spring in our step and looking forward to working on ventures new and existing, and making exciting things happen for our clients.
And to all of our clients, suppliers and friends in the business, we wish you all a very happy, successful and prosperous New Year!

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Vanessa Penn

About Vanessa Penn

Vanessa Penn was formerly Director of Commercial Agency for Countrywide Commercial, Bradford & Bingley and Douglas Duff part of Erinaceous Plc. Vanessa now runs her own agency Penn Commercial located in Ipswich, Suffolk Penn Commercial boasts a number of local, regional and national clients and has formed an excellent and loyal client base.
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