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Right move for award-winning shop-fitter

14 September 2015
Moving to modern premises in a prime location is set to boost expansion for an award-winning Leicester shop-fitting company.

Leading East Midlands commercial property specialist Andrew and Ashwell has recently acquired almost 31,000 sq ft of warehouse and office space on Gorse Hill Industrial Estate for Clements Ltd. The move is scheduled for next month, with the prospect of further jobs in the pipeline.

Established for over 20 years in Parker Drive, Clements delivers cutting edge commercial spaces reflecting high quality brand vision. With clients including fashion and beauty industry icons Lanvin, Louboutin and Alexander McQueen, the firm was announced as Retail and Leisure International’s Contractor of the Year this summer. 

Major investment in the new building will create additional office accommodation, alongside a state of the art, multi-discipline production unit. The building has the bonus of a large car park and close proximity to the A46 Western bypass, with fast access to motorway and major road networks.

Simon Duxbury, Managing Director at Clements, said the move was part of the firm’s blueprint for on-going expansion.

“This substantial investment is a statement of our confidence in the future and will create an excellent working environment for our staff, as well as increasing employment and enhancing the service we can offer our international clients.”                                                      

Malcolm Grayson, Director at Andrew and Ashwell, added: “Gorse Hill Industrial Estate is a popular location for national and international companies, since it not only offers high quality, modern premises, but easy access to road networks and will provide many advantages for Clements’ continued success. We wish them well.”