Take up hit 1.6 million sq ft (148,644 sq m) and can be attributed to a significant increase in demand, from online retailers who accounted for 70% of all market transactions.
It follows White Commercial’s success in handling a spate of retail shop openings along the northern sector of the M40, despite disrupted trading conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
White Commercial’s first retail transaction for 2021 has been the sale of the former main Post Office Building in Banbury.
The £40m Hub building has reached practical completion, with the construction company Mace handing legal ownership to UK Research and Innovation.
The new 84,000 sq ft manufacturing facility based in Oxford was originally built to service the company’s growing demand for lentiviral vectors.
Axis J9 is the new distribution and manufacturing park in Bicester, Oxfordshire which will total around 500,000 sq ft when completed later in 2021.
The 22,545 sq ft office building is located one mile west of Oxford city centre, and adjacent to the A34, which connects the M4 and M40.
White Commercial Surveyors has successfully leased out all the office premises at the Courtyard Office Suites at Upper Aynho Grounds.
This will see 60 architects, engineers, cost consultants and project managers move to a new home at ‘One St Aldates’, part of the Town Hall building.
The brand refresh has resulted in refining its values to four: ‘welcoming’, ‘dynamic’, ‘vibrant’ and ‘proud’, and launching a new brand identity and website.
The move from the Oxford BioEscalator to one of the UK’s largest biomedical innovation centres is in preparation for its future growth and ambition to transform cancer care.