Lakeside International Business Park is located in Hersden, near Canterbury in Kent. This 50 acre business park offers flexible office solutions for small and medium sized enterprises of up to 25 employees who do not wish to commit to long term leases. In addition to office space, the Lakeside International Business Park also offers industrial space in a dedicated warehouse and workshop area.
On site facilities
To suit the needs of prospective tenants, the park offers office space in a variety of sizes, which range between 200 to 500 square feet. Industrial units measuring between 925 and 2,000 square feet are also available at the Lakeside International Business Park. Offices are fully furnished and ready to move in, so that they can be immediately occupied. All technological infrastructure (including telephone systems, cabling, broadband and Wifi Internet) is already in place. Other facilities include on site parking space, the possibility of hot desking or shared office space, a manned reception, CCTV, and 24 – 7 access to the premises.
Some of the current tenants based at the Lakeside International Business Park include:
- Elfindale Digital (mail order house)
- P& G Engineering and Welding Supplies
- Cmjs Leisure
- Anderson Tyre Services
- Merlin Industrial Gases
- Muraline Office Installation
- Regent Electrical
- Texcel Solutions (carpet and upholstery cleaners)
- Lakesview Garages
- Triple Widescreen (computing)
- Webuyanycar.com (car dealers)
- M K Salvage (used car dealers)
- A-Class Insurance
- NDA Trade
- CPM Telephone Services
- Countrystyle Stoves
The Lakeside International Business Park is only 4.5 miles away from Canterbury, a city that offers all modern amenities, such as restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, cinemas, banks, department stores, etc.
Travel links and transportation
The Lakeside International Business Park can be reached by public transportation via Sturry train station, which is less than 2 miles away. This station has services to and from Canterbury, London St Pancras, London Charing Cross, Tonbridge, and Ramsgate. The park is off the A28 road, which runs from Margate to Ashford and Ramsgate, and which has connections with the A2 for visitors who travel from London and Dover.