A fencing and garden design business that once featured on Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home has moved to larger premises at Edington Station Yard near Westbury to accommodate its growing client base and make room for the company’s expanding team and materials.
Worthy Garden Designs, a family-run business formerly based in Seend, has leased Unit 3, which includes an industrial unit and secure yard.
Tom Parker of Carter Jonas, the agent for the site, said: “Edington Station Yard is in an attractive rural location not far from Westbury and with good links to the A350.
“The purpose-built units at the site are home to a range of small local businesses, from services to manufacturing.
“We pride ourselves on matching the business to the right location and we wish Worthy Garden Designs every success.”
The firm has more than 30 years’ experience installing fences, decking, pergolas, sheds and gates.
Chris Worthy, managing director of Worthy Garden Designs, said: “So far, 2016 has been a fantastic year for us. We are growing at a steady pace, working with some amazing clients both residential and commercial, installing everything from fences, gates and decking to more challenging garden structures. This has allowed us to expand our business across a range of different projects, which is hugely exciting.
“As we started to see a significant increase in our customer base, we felt we needed the right space to allow us to continue to deliver a quality product and service. I’ve always lived in the area and started the business with just one van and two other fencers. Now we employ 11 people who are all local to Edington and when the unit became available it seemed to be the perfect solution and fit.”
There are two further units available to let at Edington Station Yard. Unit 1A is an office suite with kitchen and toilets and parking for at least three cars. Unit 8B is a hard-standing, open storage yard with timber perimeter fencing and secure double-gated entry.
For more information, contact Tom Parker at Carter Jonas on 01225 747275.
Pictured above: Worthy Garden Designs managing director Chris Worthy (right), with Dean Ellicock, Andrew Kennedy (top row), Mike Brown, Andy Phillips (middle row) and Oliver Beech Photo credit: Dan Smith