21st February 2017
Pharmaceutical manufacturer to build new Gloucestershire headquarters at Stonehouse Park
Pharmaceutical manufacturer Staitech has agreed a deal with developer Robert Hitchins to build a new headquarters near Gloucester.
The company plans to construct two new buildings totalling 17,500 sq ft on two adjoining plots at Stonehouse Park near Stroud. A planning application will be submitted to Stroud District Council later this year. If approved, the new production and office facility could be up and running by 2018.
Staitech, which manufactures products such as steam traps, sample coolers and non-return valves for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, currently operates from 3,200 sq ft of rented premises in Brimscombe.
John Hawkins of property consultancy Alder King, who negotiated the deal on behalf of Robert Hitchins, said: “Following the sale of this plot to Staitech, and the opening last year of the 50,000 sq ft Sartorius facility, Stonehouse Park is a vibrant and successful business park.
“With its well-established infrastructure, excellent communications and skilled workforce, the area is now a fast deveoping business location.”
There is now just one plot available at the park entrance. For more information contact Alder King’s Gloucester office on 01452 623290 or visit http://www.alderking.com/property/74857/Offices-At-Stonehouse-Park
Staitech acquired the freehold of Plot D on Phase 4 of Stonehouse Park for an undisclosed sum. Alder King and Bruton Knowles jointly represented the landowner.