THE arrival of a bridal boutique, a marine tech company and a screen prop firm has seen Escrick Park Estate reach fully occupancy.

The three new tenants Once Upon a Dress, C-Kore and The Bloody Stuff, bring the total number of jobs created at the business park to 130.

Escrick Park has been owned and managed by the Forbes Adam family for the past 350 years, and has undergone a £1.4 million refurbishment, which saw seven redundant farmsteads turned in to award winning business space.

Charles Forbes Adam, the owner and developer of Escrick Park, said: “We are delighted to welcome these three thriving, and very different, companies to our business park, especially as that means we are now full.

“Their arrival is a ringing endorsement of the quality of our rural offices, which are attracting new occupiers in challenging, post-Brexit economic times.

“We are tremendously proud of creating a serious business park. We believe Escrick Park has an exceptional and inspiring working environment.”