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Growth urges URG’s move to bigger premises

Sep 14, 2017

Leading e-commerce software and client services business, the Unified Retail Group Ltd (URG) is moving to new premises in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire in order to accommodate its expansion plans. 

Growth urges URG’s move to bigger premises

The move to new premises at St Peter’s Road Industrial Estate has been confirmed by property agency, Barker Storey Matthews who acted on behalf of the landlord in the letting of the 11,557 sq ft, Unit B4 to the Unified Retail Group.

Currently based on St Margaret’s Way in the town and with a headcount of 26, the new premises mean the Group – which has several subsidiary companies who operate in the online retail space – can carry on with its expansion plans.  

Gareth Lucas, Chief Executive Officer, the Unified Retail Group, said, “At URG we are not only committed to exceptional growth but also to supporting the local community in terms of employment and other opportunities. 

“We expect our needs, both in terms of premises and people, to expand exponentially over the coming years."

The letting of Unit B4 Tower Close is one of the latest transactions on the St Peter’s Road Industrial Estate and Barker Storey Matthews advises that an adjacent Tower Close unit is about to be leased too.

Richard Adam, Director, Barker Storey Matthews Huntingdon office, said, “We are experiencing good take-up of industrial and warehousing space in the town.

“As a location from which to conduct business, Huntingdon is increasingly in demand as the A14 construction works make progress.  

“While the improved route will take a few more years to complete, it is now being factored-in to businesses’ decision-making.”



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