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Mevagissey seeing a re-surgence in business activity

30th August, 2019
One of Cornwall's best known fishing villages is seeing a re-surgence in business activity with a host of new shops opening, new traders arriving and some well-known brands opening outlets.

Mevagissey was once the centre of Cornwall’s Pilchard fishing industry and still boasts an active working harbour.



It is the centre of the town though which is witnessing a revival with several new businesses opening during the last 18 months including a new gallery for well known card company Whistlefish, the lovely business that is Fresk, and an Aladdin’s cave of antiques and interesting artefacts that is the Nautilus Gallery.

In addition the popular businesses Jenny Aves and Issey Cornwall have joined forces to share the recently refurbished former post office on the edge of St Georges Square. These are additional premises for both business.



Our Commercial Agency Surveyor Thomas Hewitt has been involved with the above transactions and is excited about what has happened:

"Demand for commercial space in Mevagissey has shot up in the last year or so from a combination of local people setting up new businesses, established businesses opening new outlets and investors seeing the potential the town offers. The momentum is still there and we have an active list of prospective tenants and purchasers, so if you are thinking of Buying, Leasing, Selling or Letting commercial space in Mevagissey please do get in touch."

You can reach Thomas on 01872 247025 or via th@miller-commercial.co.uk
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