Technology firm Nexor secures move to ng2 Business Park

  • Pictured from left, Ian Muxlow, of Savills; Nexor business improvement manager Irene Dovey; Craig Straw, of Innes England; and Nexor chief  

In deal brokered by Savills and Innes England a Grade A office building within the ever popular Triangle development on Nottingham’s ng2 Business Park has been let to cyber security experts NEXOR which is relocating from nearby Nottingham Science Park.

The property has been acquired by NEXOR, which was advised by Innes England following an extensive search. NEXOR has acquired the property on a five year lease from a private investor represented by Savills.

The property comprises a semi-detached pavilion style office building occupying a central position within the Triangle development, originally constructed by Miller Birch in 2006. The building provides 4,051 sq ft over two floors and benefits from its own designated car park.

NEXOR specialises in secure connectivity and interoperability providing solutions for government, defence and intelligence agencies and critical national infrastructure clients. NEXOR is a proud Nottingham-based SME and now joins a prestigious list of occupiers on the business park including Experian, Mercedes, HBOS, Coutts, Specsavers, Speedo and HSBC.

Ian Muxlow, director of Savills Nottingham, said: “We are pleased to have secured such a highly professional company for our client’s property, and are sure they will prove to be good long term tenants. NEXOR was keen to acquire good quality modern office space in a high profile location with great accessibility, which is why we were successful in beating off the competition."

Craig Straw, of Innes England, added: “It’s rewarding to help another locally grown success story fulfil their expansion plans by acquiring new premises to accommodate the next stage of growth. NEXOR works at the cutting edge of cyber security and it’s been really interesting learning about their business along the way – particularly the 'Internet of Things' which already affects everyday aspects of our lives but I was completely oblivious to!“.