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Kingfisher House sold at Preston Farm Business Park

Marketing / 13 Apr, 19

Erimus Insurance Brokers, an independent insurance broker and division of Teesside Insurance Consultants Ltd, is set to move into new headquarters on Bowesfield, Preston Farm Business Park later this year.

Acting on behalf of owners, Suffolk Life Group, our Teesside office sold Kingfisher House, the 7,160 sq ft office building, that is located adjacent to their own offices.

Kingfisher House occupies a prime position on Preston Farm Business Park in Stockton on Tees and has excellent road links that connect the business park to both the regional and national road network.

Bowesfield itself accommodates a number of established commercials operators including Lexus, Audi, Archers Law, Sanderson Weatherall, Santander, Handelsbanken and Toyota.

Erimus Insurance Brokers are the largest Insurance Broker headquartered in the North East and will occupy two floors of the three story building, with Sovereign Global occupying the ground floor.

Commerical Director at Erimus Insurance, Paul Davison commented, “The location of Kingfisher House is an ideal place for Erimus to operate as we expand our team and client base across the North East. We already have a satellite office in Newcastle, however the majority of our staff are based on Teesside and this move will further strengthen our commitment to the region. We are currently undertaking a major refurbishment programme at Kingfisher House and look forward to relocating later this year”

George Williams, agent in our Teesside office said, “We are delighted to have secured the sale of this building on behalf of clients, Suffolk Life Group. Kingfisher House is a fantastic space for Erimus and we look forward to officially welcoming them as neighbours later on this year.

“We received significant interest in this particular sale and with the North-East office market thriving we expect to see several further deals complete in the coming months.”

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