Lamron, advised by Wadham & Isherwood and Hurst Warne, has let or sold 93% of its Riverside industrial/distribution scheme in Alton, Hampshire.

The units, ranging in sizes from 817 sq ft to 9,222 sq ft (76 to 857 sq m), were completed at the beginning of 2009 and, despite the recession, have proved very popular with local SME’s with rents of up to £9 per sq ft and sale prices equating to £133 per sq ft having been achieved.

Occupiers at Riverside include: PM Asset Management, Reheat International, Top Print, Alton Motor Parts and GBM Plating Services.

Malcolm McPhail of Lamron Developments says: “The success and popularity of the Riverside scheme has seen the scheme buck the trend during one of the worst recessions on record. It also confirms the importance of our approach to commercial property development – providing high-quality, yet affordable, buildings that satisfy the occupational demands of local businesses.

He adds: “Riverside has proved the resilience of the local and regional economy and the underlying strength of demand for modern and adaptable business accommodation in the Hampshire and Surrey area.”

For further information, price / rent for the last remaining unit at Riverside please contact Nick Reeve on 01252 710822.

Nick Reeve, Director of Wadham and Isherwood in Farnham comments: “Since its inception, Omega Park has proved to be a popular business location and the disposal of the units at Riverside has once again proved Alton to be an industrial and distribution centre of regional importance”. He adds: “Riverside has been able to provide occupiers with precisely what they require, the right property in a fantastic location at attractive prices and rents. It has proved to be a great success story and has set the standard for industrial developments of this size and nature in the A3 and M3 corridors.”