St Annes join occupiers Loaf Creative, Federal Management, Greenhalgh Solicitors and NFU Mutual at the development. The first phase of Maple Court was practically completed in 2010 and provides occupiers with highly sustainable, energy efficient space in a pleasant, landscaped environment.
Andrew Hine of Métier, said: "St Annes Contractors is another fantastic occupier for Maple Court and its commitment to the scheme further endorses the quality of the offering and environment that has been created."
Christopher Cheap, director in the offices team at GVA, said: "Maple Court is a real success story as it has continued to perform, despite difficult trading conditions. It is clear that occupiers such as St Annes Contractors are drawn to the quality of the product on offer and its unrivalled accessibility. Space within the first phase of Maple Court remains available, however I would advise interested parties to come forward quickly, as current demand suggests the scheme may soon be fully let."
Available to either purchase or let, the first phase of development at Maple Court provides self-contained buildings ranging from 2,000 sq ft (186 sq m) to 4,000 sq ft (372 sq m). Designed by architects Leach Rhodes Walker and constructed by Skelmersdale-based CPUK, the scheme offers a superb specification in an attractive hard and soft landscaped environment.
The second phase of Maple Court has planning consent for some 25,000 sq ft (2,323 sq m) of office space, which will be suitable to house bespoke requirements from larger occupiers on a design and build basis."
GVA and WHR are joint agents at Maple Court.