Jobs boost for old A11

A prestigious new business park, with the potential to create 100 new jobs, has opened on the old A11 between Wymondham and Hethersett. Elm Farm Business Park, which comprises four suites of approximately 2000 sq ft each, has been developed on the site of an old dairy farm with traditional pantile, flint and brickwork buildings, designed to match two converted barns already on the site.

A prestigious new business park, with the potential to create 100 new jobs, has opened on the old A11 between Wymondham and Hethersett.

Elm Farm Business Park, which comprises four suites of approximately 2000 sq ft each, has been developed on the site of an old dairy farm with traditional pantile, flint and brickwork buildings, designed to match two converted barns already on the site.

Eric Warnes of Elm Farm Properties said: 'This is a major investment in office accommodation aimed at a niche market: professional businesses wanting very high quality office accommodation, a short distance from the A11.

'As well creating opportunities for new employment for people in the area, the business park is in a key location and forms an attractive 'gateway' development for Wymondham.'


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Opening the new business suites, the leader of Norfolk County Council, Daniel Cox, said: 'I welcome this new investment and the confidence shown in Wymondham as a place to do business. If Norfolk is to have a thriving economy, the entrepreneurial spirit shown by Mr Warnes is just what's required.'

A further 1000 sq ft of prestige office space in a converted barn at Elm Farm will become available at the end of April, while a further phase of quality office development is planned for the future.

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More information is available from Sam Kingston at Roche Chartered Surveyors on 01603 619876, sam.kingston@rochesurveyors.co.uk, or at www.elmfarmproperties.co.uk.

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