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Exeter City Council launches improved Commercial Property Register

By November 23, 2016January 26th, 2021Member News & Updates

Exeter City Council has made relocating to Exeter even easier with the launch of a new and improved Commercial Property Register. The streamlined database will improve user experience, include new locations and feature a range of commercial property facilities.

The Commercial Property Register provides relocating businesses with an invaluable tool that lists all available commercial property, including; office space, industrial units, shops, investment property, hotels, pubs, restaurants, leisure properties and development sites.

The register now features property within a much wider geographical reach, including all of the local authority areas of East Devon, Teignbridge and Mid Devon.

Cllr Rosie Denham, Lead Councillor for Economy and Culture at Exeter City Council said: “The Commercial Property Register has been successfully helping companies to relocate for many years and we hope that the improved register will showcase the fantastic business opportunities that Exeter and the wider area has to offer. The new changes we’ve implemented will significantly improve the users experience and allow them to look for new premises in the city centre and further afield.”

The new register features a clear and user-friendly design, with the advantage of now being fully responsive when used on tablets or smartphones.

Users can now narrow down a search through the use of filters such as size, location and date of when the property or site became available and using geolocation technology, the register now offers the functionality to find properties nearby.

Maureen continued: “Exeter is a thriving city that is proving more and more popular with businesses looking to relocate. Here we can offer a highly-skilled and flexible workforce, excellent and improving transport links, local authorities who go out of their way to support new investment, and of course, stunning countryside like Dartmoor National Park and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

“Over the years, the team at Invest in Exeter has supported some major relocations to our city including the Met Office relocation from Bracknell in 2003. More recently, we’ve seen high-tech companies choose Exeter for their base, including internet of things (IoT) company Dashboard and Media Concepts, an integrated digital solutions provider offering bespoke software.”

To view the Commercial Property Register visit For more information about relocating a business to Exeter, visit or follow @InvestInExeter