Their rent helps look after parks

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THE Parks Trust has signed up new tenants at its properties in Milton Keynes.

Shenley Pavilions, the trust’s offices in Chalkdell Drive, has had an influx of new occupiers including Phadia, a global scientific company, and Media Measurement.

At Linford Forum in Rockingham Drive, Imtex Technologies, LighterLife and international logistics software business Cargowise have taken space whilst energy consultants and long standing occupier Team is growing its business and has signed up for two additional units.

The trust has also welcomed logistics company P W Gates which has leased a large industrial unit at Kiln Farm.

The Parks Trust is a self-financing charity that cares for Milton Keynes’ parks and green spaces.

Jenny Strathern, The Parks Trust’s property director, said: “Occupiers have told us they like the fact that by choosing one of our properties their rent goes directly into maintaining and enhancing Milton Keynes’ green space.”

Improvements are being made to the Trust’s commercial properties.

Approximately half Parks Trust properties are located outside the city but the Trust is still one of the largest landlords in Milton Keynes.

Outside Milton Keynes the Trust’s properties include a Homebase at Towcester, the headquarters of the Camping and Caravan Club in Coventry and three Co-op convenience stores and petrol stations.

Bidwells and Douglas Duff act as commercial agents for The Parks Trust.