Business properties to let
Rushcliffe Borough Council has small workshops, industrial, retail and office premises to let of various sizes. For enquiries please call Property on 0115 9148219 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We aim to help new businesses by offering flexible lease terms with fixed rent for 3 years and tenant options to terminate. This reduces the upfront risk for the business owner.
Our portfolio includes:
Rushcliffe Technology and Enterprise Centre (RTEC) which is incubator units for start-up businesses based in the Civic Centre in West Bridgford.
The Point which is high quality office space on the corner of Wilford Lane in West Bridgford
Industrial estates including Hollygate Lane in Cotgrave
Cotgrave precinct – retail units in a local shopping centre in Cotgrave
As well as our own accommodation our property services team will be able to assist you with identifying other commercial property that is available in the Rushcliffe area.
If you are interested in building new accommodation for your business you can find out more about land available hereor speak to Catherine Evans, Economic Growth Manager on 0115 914 8552 or email@example.com
You need to be mindful that you may need to pay business rates in addition to any commercial rent which you pay. You are responsible for notifying the business rates service when you move into new business premises.
Introduction to the RTEC by Cllr Neil Clarke, Leader of the Council
Plans to make Rushcliffe a hub for tech business
Vacant office space has been refurbished in the Rushcliffe Civic Centre (Pavilion Rd, West Bridgford), as part of a wider plan to encourage economic growth to the area.
Exeid, a Nottingham-based commercial property consultancy, signed a contract with Rushcliffe Borough Council in February 2014, giving Exeid permission to refurbish and fill the floors which were in a state of disuse. The two floors have been rebranded as the Rushcliffe Technology and Enterprise Centre (RTEC) and will be utilised with buzzing tech and business companies.
Both Rushcliffe Borough Council and Exeid are hoping that RTEC will showcase the Rushcliffe location as a wise investment for business, with access to many small companies offering different services and networks, as well as a range of shops and leisure facilities such as the world-famous Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and Nottingham Forest Stadium. It will also serve to further encourage growth in the Digital Content industry, one of Nottingham’s key sectors.
Richard Priestley, Managing Director of Exeid, commented: “This is our biggest business venture we have undertaken so far, and we’re really excited to be working with Rushcliffe Borough Council on such an important structure. We’re looking forward to attracting some fantastic companies who can join our already large network of clients, to work and collaborate with, and ultimately contribute to making Rushcliffe great for business.”
Kath Marriott, Executive Manager Transformation at Rushcliffe Borough Council said “With fantastic transport links, and great parking facilities, as well as the great networks Rushcliffe has already developed, RTEC is going to be the next place that companies will want to expand their business. The area sells itself, overlooking the beautiful Trent River. Being next door to Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and the Nottingham Forest ground, there will be a wonderful and inspiring atmosphere in which businesses of any size can grow.”
The office space compromises a of a top half, filled with segmented offices for SME’s, and the lower space is large and open plan, to attract larger companies to the site.
Exeid promotion video for the RTEC