Dover, United Kingdom, November 26, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Beechwood Business Park, Whitfield, Dover, is bucking the economic trend and greeting three new businesses into its energy efficient new office buildings, all of whom move in this autumn. New tenants include Van Developments, Rosewood Trucking, and a healthcare organisation.
Christine Pierzchalo, International Freight Co-ordinator for Rosewood Trucking, a logistics company previously based in Ashford, said. “The ease of access to the Beechwood Business Park was a deciding factor in our relocation, together with the building’s innate sustainable footprint which is in line with our ethos of being a responsible company; making this an excellent choice”. Christine continued, “This is a bright, modern, well-equipped office with easy access to the main routes in and out of Dover, whilst the surrounding area offers great facilities for staff”.
This increasingly eco-friendly commercial site is set to provide over 30,000sqft of high quality offices set in a mature landscaped environment, with protected beech trees forming the heart of the scheme. With the UK’s increasingly environmentally aware commercial property sector, this has created an emerging market for low energy office buildings.
The new scheme is therefore becoming ever more environmentally friendly with the next building, already under construction, based on the German ‘Passivhaus’ concept. This 6,000sqft property uses advanced building techniques to achieve exceptionally low running costs, leading to a comfortable, healthy and sustainable work place.
Mike Wallace, Property Director for WCR Property, the developer of the scheme, commented, “The Beechwood Business Park provides the best quality offices built in Dover for many years. We are building a sustainable development that meets today’s need from companies seeking to reduce their carbon footprint and gain from significant energy savings in line with Government policy.”