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Assured Healthcare seeks room for growth at Springkerse Industrial Estate

Edinburgh, 28 January 2013 – Assured Healthcare (Scotland) Ltd, an established supplier of equipment to the healthcare sector, has relocated to premises at Springkerse Industrial Estate in Stirling to allow the company to grow in larger accommodation.

The company has agreed a deal with landlord Hansteen Holdings PLC, for the three year lease of Block 4, Unit 5/6, at 20 Munro Road - an end of terrace unit on the estate extending to 1,989 sq. ft., with a car parking and loading area to the front. The completion of the deal leaves only one remaining unit of 965 sq. ft. available to lease on the estate.
Assured Healthcare is headquartered in Stirling, and offers over twenty years’ service in the installation, servicing and repair of patient lifting and bathing equipment. The firm works in collaboration with the Scottish health service, local councils and care homes to provide care solutions across Scotland. The company has relocated from Stirling Enterprise Park to secure additional space for admin purposes.

Springkerse Industrial Estate boasts a strategic location at the heart of Scotland, making it ideally suited as a business location from which to serve the entire country. The estate is within walking distance of Stirling’s main line train station, and approximately one mile east of the city centre. Stirling is adjacent to the M9, giving easy access to Glasgow via the M80, Edinburgh via the M9 and Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen via the A9.

Jones Lang LaSalle acted on behalf of Hansteen Holdings. Assured Healthcare was unrepresented.

Janey Douglas, Graduate Surveyor, Industrial Agency, for Jones Lang LaSalle, commented: “Springkerse Industrial Estate is an excellent location for businesses operating across Scotland and will no doubt serve Assured Healthcare’s needs well. Only one unit, which is currently undergoing comprehensive refurbishment, now remains vacant at the estate. With continued levels of demand in the area, we don’t expect the unit to remain vacant for long.”​