We are pleased to welcome the first occupiers to our new industrial development, Turnhouse Court in Newbridge following the completion of the scheme earlier this month.
Toolbox Hire Ltd has moved into Unit 6, whilst Blaikie Tree Services Ltd has taken occupation of Unit 7. Both lettings were completed on 3 year lease agreements.
Toolbox Hire are a new company that aim to modernize the tool hire industry by providing a frictionless online hire service with options of tailored tool hire packages, currently catering to the DIY, domestic and light commercial sectors throughout central Scotland, whilst also providing project essentials for example, fixings, adhesives, PPE etc. For more information please visit the website at https://toolboxhire.com/
Richard Dufton of Toolbox Hire said “Turnhouse court suits the image we’d like to portray for our business, giving our customers a well presented collection point & allowing us access to the motorway network throughout central Scotland for our delivery service”.
Blaikie Tree Services Ltd provides tree surgery and tree maintenance services such as pruning, planting & aftercare, felling, advice & guidance throughout Edinburgh, the Lothians and Borders. They are dedicated specialists in the preservation and maintenance of trees, and offer a cost-effective solution for the management of trees.
David Blaikie, Director, Blaikie Tree Services Ltd, commented about their move to Turnhouse Court “We have just moved into our new unit at Turnhouse court. The location of our new premises is ideal for us, as it is just minutes away from three major link roads (M8,M9,M90). The estate is very clean and well maintained, which is great for us and our company image when we welcome new clients to our office. We are excited for the next few years in our new HQ.” For more details on the company please visit https://blaikietreeservices.co.uk/
Turnhouse Court provides 14 industrial units totalling 29,044 sq ft; with units ranging in size from 1,089 sq ft up to 4,175 sq ft. The units are arranged over 3 terraced blocks with the central block incorporating back to back units.