Commercial Property in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire offers a selection of commercial properties, available to rent or buy. We aim to offer a wide choice of commercial properties to rent or buy in most areas of Gloucestershire. We offer a full range of use classifications for commercial properties in Gloucestershire, which should help you in performing your search. So wherever you would like to establish your business, UKBusinessProperty is here to help you find a commercial property in Gloucestershire that matches your needs.

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Noyes Lewis Commercial Property

10 Shannon Way, Tewkesbury Business Park, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 8ND.

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Noyes Lewis Commercial Property was established by Simon Noyes-Lewis in 2007 and is based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. His career in Commercial property extends from 1982 and he has been involved with various aspects of the profession including Development, Investment and Commercial Agency. Noyes Lewis can advise on the selling, letting and purchasing or leasing of property.

Englewood Commercial

2 Brockworth Road, Churchdown, , Gloucestershire, GL3 2NH.

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Our Bristol office covers Agency, Building Surveying and Management for the South West area while the Estate Management functions together with all professional advice is handled from our Gloucester office.Our aim is to provide a first class service at reasonable cost.

Noyes Lewis Commercial Property

Ethos House The Link Business Park, Andoversford, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 4LB.

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Noyes Lewis Commercial Property was established by Simon Noyes-Lewis in 2007 and is based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. His career in Commercial property extends from 1982 and he has been involved with various aspects of the profession including Development, Investment and Commercial Agency. Noyes Lewis can advise on the selling, letting and purchasing or leasing of property.

Besley Hill Chartered Surveyors

10 Badminton Road, Downend, Bristol, BS16 6BQ.

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Auctioneer Chartered Surveyor Commercial Estate Agent

We are an independent firm of Chartered Surveyors who have been providing surveying, auction and commercial property services since the early 1970s. Our team of Chartered Surveyors are all members of the RICS and have extensive knowledge of properties in Bristol and its surrounding towns and villages.

Bruton Knowles (BK)

BisleyHouse Green Farm Business Park, Bristol Road, Gloucester, GL2 4LY.

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Established in 1862, Bruton Knowles has built a reputation based on integrity, impartiality and independence. From our early Gloucestershire roots, the business today benefits from extensive experience in both rural and urban property. Whether you are occupying or investing in office, industrial, licensed and leisure or retail units, we offer you the experience, resources and expertise to help you get the most out of your commercial property.

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