conveyancing solicitors or lawyers can regularly consider securities that don’t even jump out at the layman, and if one does not have those insurances; Their geographical areas of activity are ever widening, vvith the practice having recently handled a variety of projects from Kent on the East coast to Wales in the West, and the Isle of Wight in the South to the Midlands and Greater Manchester in the North.
In order to publicise the firms progress over recent times, Haslams have produced a highly explanatory, full colour 13 page A4 size brochure which is available on request througt partnership secretary Sandra Brown, or indeed any of Hasiams partners or staff. Carlson Marketing Group plan to expand its national Call Centre, Operations and software Systems home at Belgrave House, Northampton. Northampton is at the hub of it’s Pan-European Loyalty Marketing Initiatives.
Carlson, who already occupy the fourth and seventh floor of Belgrave House will in addition now occupy the 10,000 sq ft sixth floor to provide total space occupying some 34,310 sq ft.
It is expected that the expansion of the national call centre for the new Loyalty Marketing clients, will create 60 new jobs for local people.
Bob Dawson of Landlords Hermes said: This expansion confirms Carlson Marketing as a major tenant at Belgrave House and as significant employers within Northampton. We and Northampton are delighted at Carlson’s decision to expand in our building.
David Perkins, Chief Executive of Carlson Marketing Group said: We now operate as the biggest Loyalty Marketing Services company across Europe.
The new premises and new heavy investment in sophisticated technology makes a Customer One to One relationship possible for all our 15 Loyalty Marketing Clients. Jones Long Wootton advised Hermes on the transaction. Crossland Otter Hunt represented Carlson on the transaction.
The success of the Exchange Shopping Centre, Putney continues with the news that the ground floor is now 100% let through sole letting agents Blair Kirkman.
Owners, Mercury Asset Management are delighted and report that new retailers include Tog 24, Kishimo Jin Ltd and Big Star Jeans. The scheme is anchored by Waitrose, who extended their store in March this year. Other tenants include Gap, Next, Ottakars, River Island and Early Learning Centre. Tog 24 is about to move into Unit 28 which comprises 123 sq m of retail space at a rent of £45,000 per annum. Unit 30 of 79.9 sq m has been let to upmarket ladies fashion operator Kishimo Jin at a rent of £30,000 per annum.
The Pocket Phone Shop has taken Unit 14 at a rent of £17,500 per annum for 22.5 sq m and Big Star Jeans has acquired Unit 21. This is 57.0 sq m at an average rent of £29,000 pa.
Tog 24 were represented by Lunson Mitchenall. Brasier Harris acted for Kishimo Jin, Robinson Summerston for Pocket Phone Shop and Charles Price and Co. for Big Star Jeans. Nick Symons of Blair Kirkman comments, The Exchange has become an extremely popular shopping location with a strong, successful tenant mix, well suited to the lifestyle of the affluent local catchment.