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A MAJOR deal to secure almost 30,000 sq ft of grade A office space in Nottingham has been brokered by property consultancy Innes England.

L-R Adrian Griffith, GVA, Jon Higham, Rushcliffe Developments Craig Straw, Innes England and Laura Jardine, Innes England

Aspect House, situated on the city’s established Aspect Business Park is now tenanted by HomeServe, the UK’s largest home assistance provider.

HomeServe’s new base in Aspect House will accommodate all of the company’s 350 Nottingham-based staff as well as a new state-of-the-art training centre, taking the property’s occupancy level up to full capacity.

Jon Higham, director at Rushcliffe Developments, which owns the building said: “Aspect House was designed to appeal to businesses looking for high-quality office accommodation within close proximity to junction 26 of the M1 motorway.

“Aspect House has enabled HomeServe to relocate from its previous base in the city, as well as expand and offer an improved facility for its people.”  

The entire first floor and part of the ground floor has been let on a long-term lease and is being used as a call centre, office space and training facilities for the national home assistance business which also has existing offices in Preston, Banbury and its head office in Walsall.  

Craig Straw, director at Innes England added: “Nottingham continues to be a city which attracts interest from nationwide businesses looking to grow. This deal is great news for the city and the East Midlands as it has helped to secure a considerable number of jobs in the city.

“The tenant is an employer which has been recognised for offering a fantastic work-life balance to its employees, so finding suitable office accommodation to support this was vital."

James Ottewell of Alexander Bruce represented the tenant.

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