U.K. self-storage operator The Store Room has added 5,000 square feet of storage space to its facility on Beckside Road in Bradford, England. The project was the third expansion of the property in less than a year, driven by increased local demand for storage, company officials said in a press release. Previous expansions were completed in March and August last year.
The new section of 40 units includes space from 25 to 1,000 square feet. The facility was operating with 200 units late last year and nearing full occupancy, company officials said. The Store Room also recently completed a pair of expansion projects at facilities in the English cities of Leeds and Leicester.
“When the new space in Bradford is added to the expansion projects we have also completed at our Leeds and Leicester locations, our investment in new space so far this year has been significant,” said Jeremy Bradburn, managing director. “This is all down to an increase in demand, and I’m certain that we are not done yet! All of the signs are good from our perspective. Our customer numbers and inquiry levels are at an all-time high, and I am confident that we will soon be building even more rooms to cope with future demand.”
Established in 2007 and headquartered in Manchester, The Store Room operates self-storage facilities in the English communities of Bradford, Leeds, Leicester, Manchester, Preston and Rotherham.