Dysart Developments, the developer of AirView Park, has welcomed Catherine McKinnell MP and representatives from Invest North East England and Invest Newcastle to the site to see first-hand the commercial vision being created, the scale of the development, and the potential inward investment and jobs it could bring to Newcastle and the wider North East region.
Construction on Phase Two is well underway, with the first two, high quality office buildings expected to be completed by the end of the year. This is attracting significant interest from potential occupiers operating across various different sectors both locally and further afield, and is extremely encouraging given there are also huge opportunities for AirView Park in the future.
AirView Park, at Woolsington, is only minutes away from Newcastle International Airport and already home to the national HQ of homebuilder, Bellway plc. It is one of the region’s most active and important commercial property developments with direct access to major transport links in and out of the region and globally, as well as excellent commuter connectivity into Newcastle City Centre via the Metro system.
Phase Two includes building 2a – the International Space Station, an SME ‘centre of excellence’ facility helping regional companies launch, scale-up and take advantage of global trade and export opportunities. It will support in-bound trade as well as showcase North East organisations to international business communities, giving occupiers greater access to world markets including India, Turkey, the Middle East, Pakistan and The Netherlands.
Building 2b – Denyer Court, will offer flexible office spaces ranging from 1,433 to 3,245 sq ft for multiple occupancy use. It is ideal for start-ups, expanding companies and those looking for a highly strategic, out of town North East location.
Other bespoke build opportunities are available as part of future site plans, enabling larger companies who may be looking for a dedicated, single occupancy head office building in the North of England to design a specification to meet their own requirements.
Guy Currey, Director of Invest North East England, commented,
I was very impressed by the design and finish of the office units already completed as well as the high quality business park setting of AirView Park. Its location, adjacent to Newcastle International Airport as well as the Tyne and Wear Metro which connects the site to the wider region being a mere two-minute walk away, means that AirView Park offers something very different to businesses looking at quality office locations in the North East.
“I’m extremely excited about the potential of the future phases and what these can offer to businesses in a range of sectors.
Morris Muter, Chairman of Dysart Developments Ltd which is managing the development on behalf of Tynexe Commercial Ltd, welcomed the positive recognition that AirView Park is receiving. He added,
“The quality design and build is a reflection of Dysart’s approach to all projects including other developments across the region such as Newcastle Business Park and the Genesis Project in Consett.”
AirView Park received £994,000 from the Government’s Get Building Fund via the North East Local Enterprise Partnership.
For more details regarding office space available or for a property specification brochure, please contact:
Jess Ross at Naylors Gavin Black on t: 0191 232 7030, e: JessicaRoss@naylorsgavinblack.co.uk