Property consultancy Vail Williams is acting on behalf of Surrey County Council is marketing the remaining two floors of 4 Gatwick Road, a recently built, 57,000 sq ft Grade A headquarters office building in a prominent position in Manor Royal.

The property forms the first phase of the three-part mixed use Nexus commercial development, with around 60% of the building already let to South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust and pharmaceutical company Torrent Pharma.

The stunning Nexus building also played host to the recent pre-launch of Crawley Creative Playground – the creative people and places programme for the town, supported by a consortium of organisations led by Manor Royal BID.

A stunning and contemporary glazed four-storey building with feature brise soleil screens and an impressive full height reception area, 4 Gatwick Road has a range of unit sizes currently remaining to let, ranging from approx. 4,000 sq ft (279 sq m) up to 25,333 sq ft (2,354 sq m) available.

Vail Williams’ Partner Steve Berrett, based in Crawley, said: “The building benefits from excellent sustainability credentials, including an EPC rating of B (37), a BREEAM rating of ‘very good’ and EV charging points in the 82-space parking area.

“The landlord is looking to work with an occupier by offering flexible sized office space and to help facilitate their fit out and occupational needs.”

Manor Royal Business District is the largest business park in the Gatwick Diamond area and one of the South East’s premier mixed activity employment hubs. It is home to numerous blue chip businesses, including CGG, Varian Medical, Elekta, B&CE, Collins Aerospace, Thales and Virgin.

Vail Williams is acting jointly on 4 Gatwick Road with Knight Frank.

Creative Crawley is new arts charity working to support, produce and present high quality arts and cultural activity in the town, in partnership with local, national and international artists, local businesses and other key stakeholders in the town and beyond. The team produces a year round programme of creative activities across all artforms that happen in many different spaces and places across the town. 

Crawley Creative Playground has secured £1 million of funding from Arts Council England to launch the new programme. The investment covers the first three years of a 10-year programme to develop Crawley as a creative playground for everyone.

Steve Sawyer, Executive Director at Manor Royal Business District, said it would be for the community and people of the town to have their say on what they would like to see from the project to increase participation in arts and culture locally.

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Date Published: 06/11/2022