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17th Aug, 2022

Long-standing Worcester mobility provider now has room to grow in new city home

Rob George 21st Jun, 2022

A KEY provider of mobility equipment to hospitals, occupational therapists and private customers in the UK has found a new city location thanks to the efforts of GJS Dillon.

Magbility, which was established more than 20 years ago has moved into the former premises of Lloyds Bank on New Road in St Johns.

Acting on behalf of a private pension fund, Kyle Pugh, GJS Dillon’s graduate surveyor negotiated the letting.

The purpose-built property is set out over two floors and measures 2,806sq ft, offering a mix of open-plan and individual offices.

On the ground floor there is a good-sized retail area leading to offices at the rear and a strong room which is suitable for storage. Further office space is available on the first floor and there is allocated car parking for eight cars.

Mark Grant, managing director of Magbility said: “As a growing local family business, we needed to move to a larger showroom to showcase our full range of mobility products.

“We know finding suitable building is never a straightforward process and can require a huge amount of effort to get the right location at the right price.’

“Being a local company, we were able to work closely with GJS Dillion from the get-go.

“Once we had found a suitable location, we received regular, valuable feedback from Kyle as we went through the negotiation process and I believe that this is a key element to any company looking to successfully acquire new premises.”


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