Second Phase Of Link Park Now Complete
8:54am 30th September 2014
DJ Property has announced the second phase of units at Link Park in Weymouth are now complete.
Cycling business, Mud Sweat and Gears are the first to occupy one of the 7 new buildings.
Owner Andy Leach said " As the largest independent cycle business in Weymouth we are excited about moving to larger, brand new premises. We already have showrooms in Bridport and Dorchester but the Weymouth unit will be our showcase in terms of cycle displays, equipment, repairs and clothing. We started out in 1996 at the Littlemoor Garden Centre before relocating to Granby Court in 2003, our growth has been steady during this time but we have now outgrown out space and as our lease ended in our current building it was the ideal opportunity to grow and relocate to Link Park."
Mr Leach went on to say "By working with the developers in the early stages of construction we were almost able to design our own business unit which will have offices, workshop, fitting room, showroom dedicated to ladies cycling. We have a very visible corner plot adjacent to the Chickerell Link Road and very close to the new cycle path and cycle parking shelters."
Mickey Jones, Chief Executive of DJ Property, the company developing Weymouth's newest business park said "Phase 1 at Link Park let very quickly to national brands such as Euro Car Parts, Halfords Autocentre, Topps Tiles, Toolstation and Screwfix . DJ Property as a trusted, professional developer of commercial property continues to build long-term relationships with many local, national and international businesses. Phase 2 of the development at Link Park is now complete providing seven high quality business units. The new units measure between 1,650 sq ft and 2,500 sq ft and Mud Sweat & Gears will be among the first businesses to occupy the units over the next few weeks. These units were designed to attract local small to medium sized businesses that are looking to expand their business into high quality new commercial space."