Ivygrove completes Booth House renovation
Ivygrove Developments has completed the renovation of Booth House in Derby following a six-figure investment backed by NatWest.
The three-storey building, which was constructed in the 1970s, has been renovated to include new windows, partitioning, suspended ceilings, floor coverings and the installation of a lift.
It signals the full restoration of a 33,000 sq ft site originally occupied by printer Bemrose Booth.
Nicholas Blount, operations director of Ivygrove Developments, said: "As a business, we are proud to develop local sites for use by local companies − working with our customers to fit out premises in line with their requirements.
"We bought the Bemrose Booth site some four years ago, so it's great to see the project now complete."
Founded in 1976, Ivygrove specialises in acquiring brown field sites and turning them into multi-use complexes. Current occupiers include Denby Pottery, Ellison Industrial Products and Midland Industrial Agencies.
Craig Pearson, senior real estate finance commercial manager for NatWest, added: "The Bemrose site is now a thriving industrial business park brought back to its former glory and we are pleased to be associated with this prestigious development."