Goodman secures lease to Influit Limited at Gloucester Business Park+
Global integrated property group, Goodman has agreed a 4,695 sq ft letting to Influit Production Solutions at Gloucester Business Park. The company will occupy the ground floor of the Lansdowne Court building at the park.
Goodman, which owns, develops and manages the park, welcomed Influit Production Solutions to its new headquarters earlier this month.
Influit Production Solutions is an oilfield services company, which provides project engineering, design, procurement and maintenance services to some of the world’s biggest oil producers. The move to Gloucester Business Park will support Influit’s growth plans, which will create 38 new jobs over the next three years.
James Raven, Development Director, Goodman UK Business Parks said: “We are very pleased that Influit Production Solutions has chosen Gloucester Business Park as its new home. We’re looking forward to working with the team as it begins to grow and trust that Gloucester Business Park will be the ideal location to help Influit achieve its future aspirations.”
Neil Marston, Director, Influit Production Solutions said: “We wanted an office space that would allow us the ability to grow our business and easily expand in the forthcoming years. Gloucester Business Park’s close proximity to motorways puts us in a great position to move through the next phase of our development and will also mean that current employees are within a 30 minute commute to the office.”
Opened in September 2000, Gloucester Business Park is now home to over 58 companies including Direct Wines, Beverage Brands, Horizon Nuclear Power, Symantec, Ageas, NHS Gloucestershire, GTEM and Detica. Located between Gloucester and Cheltenham, the park is easily accessible for both business travel and commuting. Sitting alongside the M5 and A417 dual carriageway the park provides fast access to destinations in the Midlands, North, Wales, South West and South East.