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A LANDMARK office building in Segensworth has been fully let only eight months after coming onto the market.

Recent deals to Lorne Stewart and Portland Business & Financial Solutions Ltd have completed the lettings on the 30,000sq ft Eagle Point building.

Lorne Stewart, which works in the engineering sector of the building construction industry, chose Eagle Point for its good transport links – close to junction 9 of the M27, midway between Southampton and Portsmouth – and the proximity to its existing centre in Swanwick.

The company has taken 3,612sq ft of the first floor, west wing in the modern Grade A open plan facility which it says provides more economy of space and a joined-up approach to the business by being on one single floor.

Portland Business & Financial Solutions, which helps businesses deal with financial distress and achieving financial stability through better cash flow, moved from Solent Business Park to Eagle Point.

Portland, which has taken 4,850sq ft on the ground floor, said it was attracted in part by the completion of an upgrade to the entrance and reception area by the landlord, Craigard Investments LLP.

Portland was advised by Hellier Langstone.

Andrew Hodgkinson, of LSH’s south coast office, said: ‘The investment our client has made in the building, coupled with its existing features of excellent parking, landmark location and superb access to the motorway made this a hugely desirable building in the marketplace.’