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Million Pound Industrial Sale Agreed in Days

The sale of a Redruth industrial unit was agreed within days of the property coming to the market. Property consultancy Stratton Creber Commercial (SCC) sold the site at Jon Davey Drive on the Treleigh Industrial Estate to near neighbours Seasalt Cornwall. Already one of the county’s biggest employers, the fashion brand has its distribution centre […] Read more

All change at landmark office building

A well-known landmark office building in Exeter is set to see a number of changes in the coming months. Milford House, situated at the gateway to the Pynes Hill office campus and known for its contemporary design, was built in 2003 as the prestigious new home of Aviva in Exeter.  The building comprises a total […] Read more

Busy Year for Plymouth Agency Team

Despite uncertainty surrounding Brexit, Stratton Creber Commercial (SCC) is bucking the trend and reporting its busiest new year trading period for more than ten years. The company’s agency department has received an overwhelming level of enquiries from buyers and prospective tenants seeking retail, office and industrial premises across all sectors in Devon and Cornwall. Already […] Read more

‘My Care My Home’ Secures Launch Pad in Cornwall

A ground floor retail unit in Penryn has a new tenant, thanks to property consultancy Stratton Creber Commercial (SCC). My Care My Home has moved into the premises at 16-18 Lower Market Street as part of a county-wide expansion plan. The care advice service plans to create up to 50 new quality domiciliary care jobs […] Read more

Four new lettings in a row!

Cowick Street in Exeter has welcomed 4 new retail lettings in a row at the brand new “Edina Mews Shopping Parade” development. The Exeter office pulled out all the stops ensuring that all 4 units went under offer within 7 days of marketing.  New occupiers include popular hairdresser “The Mod Barber” and specialist retailer “The […] Read more

New retail name on Exeter’s High Street

The closure of McGahey’s Tobacconist has attracted widespread headlines as the last truly independently-owned retailer leaves the High Street. However, the move brings a new regional retailer to Exeter and will be welcome to the city’s pasty lovers.  Acting on behalf of McGaheys, Stratton Creber Commercial have assigned the lease over the retail booth on […] Read more

New Home by the Sea for Windsurfing Business

An innovative watersports business has made Cornwall its home, thanks to advice provided by commercial property consultancy Stratton Creber Commercial (SCC). Commercial agent Joseph Rea, based at SCC’s Truro office, completed the letting of 4 Parc Erissey Industrial Estate in Redruth to K4 Fins, which specialises in the production of injection moulded windsurfing fins. Owner […] Read more

Exeter industrial site let

Acting on behalf of Exeter City Council, we recently offered a rare opportunity at Exeter’s Marsh Barton estate. The site, at Cofton Road, comprises a basic building of 1,900 sq ft set on a site of half an acre which offers a large concrete-surfaced compound with secure fencing and gates. The site has been let […] Read more

Valuation Uncertainty and Brexit

RICS Registered Valuer Robin Wells considers the impact of Brexit on commercial and residential property markets. With the UK poised to leave the EU in less than a month and no withdrawal agreement in place or any clear way forward to resolve the parliamentary deadlock, there is, understandably, uncertainty within the business community with considerable […] Read more

Sale of Colebrook House Completes

Stratton Creber Commercial is pleased to have advised on the sale of 19th century Colebrook House in Plymouth, a Victorian villa within mature landscaped grounds of around 2.2 acres. Consultant Robin Falle acted for the owners in disposing of the property to award-winning developer Burrington Estates who achieved a planning consent for the demolition of […] Read more