The city benefits from two main industrial estates located at Marsh Barton and Sowton. Marsh Barton, which is situated approximately one mile to the south of the city centre, is Exeter’s largest trading estate supporting over 500 diverse businesses including car dealerships, retail and trade showrooms, builder’s merchants, tool and plant hire. Most of the traditional large scale m...Read more
Despite the general economic downturn, Exeter continues to enjoy some positivity in the office sector. The city is extremely well placed offering occupiers a diverse range of office accommodation both within the central business district and on the out of town Business Parks.
The South West has benefited in recent years from significant inward investment, and Exeter has attracted i...Read more
Central Retail Sector - The year started well with a good level of enquiries for retail units in the city centre. Haarer Goss let a number of small shops during the first quarter on Sidwell Street.
Out of Town Retail - For out of town retailing, Haarer Goss were pleased to secure the letting of the former Fabric Warehouse Premises at Bisho...Read more
Industrial Sector - Haarer Goss has seen an encouraging and steady demand for vacant warehouse & industrial units during the first half of 2010 agreeing a number of new lettings for warehouse accommodation ranging from small start up units of circa 60 sq.m (600 sq.ft) up to 1,875 sq.m (20,000 sq.ft). Geographically, we are receiving interest not only in Exeter b...Read more
Office Sector - The office market had a slow start to the year with low levels of tenant demand in the face of an over supply of office accommodation both in the city and out of town. The imbalance of supply and demand coupled with the property owner’s liability for empty Business Rates after three months has suppressed rental levels and more flexible lease terms ar...Read more