Harrogate’s Clarendon House continues to prove to be a popular base for Yorkshire businesses after the recent letting of 6,000 sq to two separate occupiers.
Ogden Properties Ltd which forms part of the Ogden Group of Companies has taken 3,000 sq ft within the building following the sale of their former headquarters, Boston Hall in Boston Spa.
Ogden Properties Director Justin Garnett said:
We are delighted to have relocated to new premises following the sale of Boston Hall. Clarendon House is ideally located in the centre of Harrogate and provides us with the high quality office accommodation we required.
In addition, to the above new Letting, NCI Vehicle Rescue Plc, one of the UK’s leading motoring organisations, has expanded into a further 3,000 sq ft of space in the building it first moved into in 2010. NCI owns the ‘rescuemycar.com’ brand.
NCI Group managing director Neil Richards-Smith said:
Clarendon House has been a superb base for our developing business over the last three years. As the business has grown we’ve found the space flexible in adapting to our needs and we’ve been able to expand physically when required.
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Lettings Agent Chris Hartnell from national property consultant Carter Jonas has overseen the new lettings at the landmark Clarendon House building in the centre of Harrogate said:
It is fantastic to welcome a new tenant to Clarendon House and see an existing tenant such as NCI further expand the business. Both of these new lettings are encouraging as they demonstrate that despite challenging economic conditions there is an underlying sense of optimism for business growth and expansion. The building is now home to a wide range of companies and I am sure will provide an excellent working environment for Ogden Properties as it has for NCI and other tenants.
The building’s ground floor café bar/restaurant space has recently reopened as Avenue 9 and 972 sq ft of ground floor retail space along with 2,520 sq ft of office space is also available to lease.