Anesco Go Green at Easter Park, Aldermaston

9 / 03 / 2011

Anesco Ltd has become one of the latest exciting new additions to ‘The Green’, at Easter Park, Aldermaston, after officially moving in to new head office premises at the site.

The national firm, which is rapidly growing and expects to recruit up to 200 people to its expert team this year alone, offers energy efficiency and micro generation services to domestic and commercial customers. It presents solutions ranging from insulation, to solar PV and ground source heat pumps, together with micro generation design, installation and maintenance. For further details visit www.anesco.co.uk.

Adrian Pike, a former group managing director at Scottish & Southern Energy plc is heading up the firm, along with chief operating officer Tim Payne, as they power on with ambitious plans for expansion over the coming months.

Adrian said: “It’s a very exciting time for Anesco. The demand for energy efficiency solutions is strong and is set to increase dramatically over the coming years. With the strong support and incentives being offered by the UK government, it is likely to create a market worth in the billions per year.”

The site at The Green was selected by Anesco, as it reflects the company’s ‘green’ credentials, with heating provided by ground source heat pumps and windows that are floor-to-ceiling in height, reducing the need for artificial lighting.

Colin Brown, Easter’s Development Director commented ‘This is an excellent match for Easter, who have always strived to be at the forefront of ecologically sound development and sustainable buildings. Following on from the recent 8,200 sq ft letting to Elliott Turbomachinery this deal is testament to the quality of the buildings and the working environment.”

In addition to their 6,300 sq ft head office premises, Anesco have also taken a new lease on a 2,350 sq ft storage unit on the Estart phase of Easter Park, allowing them to keep their business contained within one convenient location. Both deals were negotiated by Haslams Chartered Surveyors on the Landlord’s behalf.

Alex Lewis of Haslams commented “This cements Easter Park as a thriving office location. The attractive courtyard development along with excellent green credentials are very appealing to occupiers”.

Anesco join four other established tenants at The Green including; Elliott Turbomachinery, Atkins and Mercury Computer Supplies. There are still a number of buildings and suites available in sizes ranging from 300 sq ft to 7,449 sq ft.

The deals to Anesco follow a long line of successful disposals last year at Easter Park, including one of the largest lettings in the Thames Valley, where a 60,000 sq ft industrial / distribution unit was let to Elliot Turbomachinery. 70% of the 145,000 sq ft large industrial phase has now been let, with only four units remaining ranging in size from 8,050 sq ft to 13,870 sq ft.

The Estart phase of the Park has also been hugely successful, offering small units to small to medium-sized enterprises, with only one building of 2,350 sq ft now left on the 23-unit Estart scheme.

The Park Centre at Easter Park, providing conferencing and board room facilities, has also seen great success. There are now only a small number of suites available, which are being offered on competitive and flexible terms.

Easter Park, Aldermaston offers the very highest quality office, industrial and business space in a beautiful, mature woodland environment. For full information on availability and the highly competitive terms available please contact Michelle Athey at the on site marketing office on 0118 970 1460 / email: aldermaston@eastergroup.co.uk, or contact the joint agents on the scheme directly at Haslams and Woodford & Company.


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