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trading estate

Chiefly Brit a large area in which a number of commercial or industrial firms are situated
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Hartlebury Trading Estate is the largest development in the 14.4 million sq ft nationwide portfolio of Saville Gordon Estates.
Its leasing manager Simon Norton said: 'Avon House has given Hartlebury Trading Estate new appeal for the office sector, reflected by the fact that 50 per cent of the building was let or under offer only days after practical completion.'
Diane Moore, Industrious' regional manager, says: 'Rich Products is one of three food-related companies to have recently moved to Hartlebury Trading Estate. The estate appeals to a variety of sectors because we can offer a wide choice of size and style for industrial and office accommodation.
Harris Lamb is currently experiencing a great deal of interest for units in North Worcestershire's premier locations such as Hartlebury, Rushock and Hampton Lovett trading estates.
"Vaughan Trading Estate will help to change this, as units can be rented on an individual or combines basis and on flexible terms that suit the requirements of the occupier.
1936: North Eastern Trading Estates Ltd is set up to establish new business parks.
The Team Valley Trading Estate, in Gateshead, contains more than 600 firms with more than 17,000 employees.
The success of its 25-acre Rushock Trading Estate means the firm is now taking expansion plans forward on a pounds 5million second phase refurbishment programme.
EARLY BEGINNINGS The Team Valley Trading Estate site in 1938 CRITICAL TO INDUSTRY Coun Mick Henry PROVIDING JOBS King George VI and Queen Elizabeth officially open the Team Valley Trading Estate in Febuary 1939, watching the girls at their sewing machines in one of the factories, accompanied by a boss at the factory
"Meanwhile build large trading estates at Llantrisant and Tondu to serve the Rhondda Valley and the Maesteg-Glyncorrwg area respectively."
The company's 400,000 sq ft Rushock Trading Estate near Droitwich is now full so plans are now being brought forward for a pounds 3million second-phase refurbishment and new-build project.
The aim of the non-profit making company was to establish one or more trading estates in Wales to diversify employment and to provide some alternative to the coal and steel industries, which were in decline.