"Subscan is an ambitious, growing company and it has been a pleasure to work with them on this and other matters having seen them grow over the years."
Pudsey law firm John Howe and Co has helped facilitate the speedy completion of a lease that has enabled Leeds-based national utility, drainage, and survey company Subscan UDS to open a new depot in Derby as part of its regional expansion plans.
The move to Nelsons Court on Pontefract Road, Derby took less than four weeks from viewing to completion of the lease.
Subscan is investing more than £3 million into the new site over the next few months including the latest vehicles and equipment.
John Howe of John Howe & Co represented Subscan, whilst William Speed of Salloway Property Consultants negotiated the deal on behalf of owners Ultra Investments and Lisa Poole of Actons represented the landlords .
John Howe said: “Subscan is an ambitious, growing company and it has been a pleasure to work with them on this and other matters having seen them grow over the years.”
“The commercial property market is buoyant with significant demand, and I am pleased we were able to work with the parties involved to make this deal happen very quickly.
Kirk Mason, of Subscan UDS, said: “We are delighted to have Unit 2 Nelsons Court as the location of our new depot. It is ideally situated to support our regional expansion plans and the speed with which the deal was completed means we can begin operations much sooner than anticipated. I would like to extend my thanks to all involved, including our solicitor, John Howe of John Howe & Co Solicitors for ensuring a seamless transaction from start to finish.”