GB Liners to take up bespoke building in the Woodingdean Business Park
Removal and storage business GB Liners is set to take up a new bespoke building in Brighton’s Moodingdean Business Park, in a bid to extend is business by enjoying more storage space.
As a media report reveals, the company is set to move to its new 12,000 sq ft unit located within the 12-acre park by spring 2014. Property developer St Modwen appointed construction firm Primus to design and build this particular unit.
Nick Kay, development director at St Modwen, said: "To be delivering a building for the national removal and storage company GB Liners is the culmination of eight successful years of developing and evolving Woodingdean Business Park into a strong commercial opportunity."
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