Tuesday, March 3, 2009

News: Former Rotherham school site let to education and academy businesses


The entire ground floor of a £5.5 million office development on the site of a former Rotherham school has been taken up by companies specialising in education and training. Aside from one unit, the 3,000 sq ft ground level of South Grove House, built and owned by The Horbury Group in the Moorgate area, has been let by property consultancy Knight Frank to A4E, a private sector company providing education, training and employment. The final unit has been let to South Yorkshire's first state-of-the-art indoor golf training centre, South Grove Golf Academy. Tim Bottrill, agency and development partner at Knight Frank's Sheffield office, said: "It is no surprise that these units have been let so quickly. The building fulfils all the criteria for a modern office block and we had no trouble finding suitable clients for the premises." Trevor Wragg, managing director of The Horbury Group, said: "South Grove House is some of the finest office space available in South Yorkshire and we're delighted that A4E and South Grove Golf Academy have decided to take up tenancy at the development. "It's testament to the quality of the space and the class of the aesthetic that we've attracted such diverse occupiers. We hope that both businesses enjoy many successful years here." The site at the edge of the town centre was originally occupied by South Grove Secondary School, which was demolished in 2004, and now houses Horbury's prestigious office developments and RiDO's Moorgate Crofts Business Centre.
The Horbury Group website


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