On Saturday 21st July 2018, the Greendale office staff, Kim Iddon, Jenny Q-Scott, Kelly Nott, Tish Edwards, Deb Roach, Emmie Yeomans, Jenny Wilson and Sarah Osborne took part in the…
Businesses at Greendale Business Park once again welcomed students from Bicton College, who are currently studying for employ-ability qualifications. Thank you to LLExeter, Refedd/EBCS and Greendale Farm Shop who gave a short presentation about their day to day operations, provided a tour of their premises and fielded questions about future work opportunities.
Greendale Business Park is pleased to announce that City West Commercials Ltd (CWC) has become the Park’s newest occupant, moving in to Unit 46. Relocating from premises in nearby Sowton,…
Congratulations to Westexe Forklifters Ltd located at Unit 52, Greendale West for reaching 10 years of trading. Founded in 2007 by Greg Vooght, Nicki Podbery and Alex Dix, Westexe was established with a sole aim to provide a highly skilled professional service, whilst still maintaining a personal, friendly approach. Recognising that each and every customer has different, specific needs, has enabled them to provide a unique service within the industry.
Its strategic location combines with great connectivity to mean the Park is ideally suited to mail, courier and logistics companies requiring a base from which to carry out their operations in this area of the UK. Royal Mail, Fedex and DHL are all established on site, and UK Mail, relocated its two smaller operations from Plymouth and Exeter to a purpose-built depot (35,000 square feet) at Greendale West in July 2011.
Naturalmat have made a name for themselves in the children's market with their range of handcrafted baby mattresses made from organic and natural fibres, nursery bedding and beds for children. At the third Little London Awards last month, they scored "Runner Up" position in the Brand of the Year category.
Exeter, regarded as the ‘capital city’ of Devon, has been a commercial hub since Roman times. With an estimated population of 127,300, it is one of two large urban centres within Devon (Plymouth being the other), and is well-connected by road, rail and air. The city is home to world-class research, education and training organisations, particularly the University of Exeter, and hosts a fast-growing technology sector. Exeter has a thriving retail scene, boosted recently by the opening of eight new restaurants in the Guildhall Shopping and Dining Centre, and the beginning of work on IKEA’s new store on the city outskirts.