We have gained planning consent to deliver a 55,575 sq ft speculatively built industrial/warehouse unit on a circa 3.5-acre site in Wolverhampton.
The development will be a highly specified Grade A building with 10-metre eaves, 2,965 sq ft of internal offices, 45 car parking spaces and 50-metre yard depths, with dock and level access loading provision. Construction could begin in Q2 2019 with practical completion in Q4 2019
The site is situated in a prime location just four miles from J10 of the M6 via the A454, within 3.4 miles from J1 of the M54. It also benefits from its close proximity to links to the M6 Toll, M5, and M42. It is adjacent to the Sainsbury’s supermarket in Wednesfield Way, with Bentley Bridge Retail Park nearby hosting a number of market leading shops and restaurants.
Other major occupiers nearby include Yodel, Euro Car Parts, Travis Perkins, Mercedes, Tool Station and Tata Steel. Jaguar Land Rover has an engine factory within five miles at i54.
Barberry 64 is a new 64,000 sq.ft high quality industrial / logistics unit located in the established Kingswood Lake Business Park, occupying a prominent plot adjacent to the M6 Toll.
The detached unit will offer a market leading specification suitable for both B2 and B8 operations.
Strategically position fronting the M6 Toll, Barberry 64 is situated in a popular industrial and logistics area with easy access to the M6 (J11), M42 (J9) and the A5 which offers as a link to the East and West Midlands.
Local occupiers recognising various benefits of the area include DHL, Unilever, Briggs Equipment, APC Parcels and Hellerman Tyton.
Completion due Q1 2020.
Barberry has unveiled plans a speculative development of a 72,000 sq ft warehouse unit at the site of a former DIY store in Northamptonshire.
The Daventry development will be on the prominent site of the former Focus DIY store, which has been vacant for several years, Barberry development director Jon Robinson confirmed.
“I am pleased to announce that we have completed the acquisition of the former Focus DIY site in Sopwith Way, Daventry and are looking forward to delivering a high-quality warehouse in a prominent location fronting the A361 Drayton Way. The site is located next to the established Drayton Fields Industrial Estate, which has limited availability due to its popularity and we hope to provide additional accommodation to fit with occupational demand,” said Jon.
“This will be a speculative development, demonstrating our confidence in both the Barberry product, the location and the appetite within the industrial and logistics sector for warehouse units of this size across the Midlands market. Our investment will help generate new jobs for Daventry and further economic growth.”
We plan to start construction in Q3 with practical completion anticipated in 2020.
The site is located in a prime location on the established industrial estate of Drayton Fields, just half a mile from the A45, leading to J18 of the M1 around 6.5 miles away. The new A45 Daventry Development Link Road will also providing improved access to J16 of the M1, completion estimated later this year. Other major occupiers near the site include Amazon, Tesco, Ford, Wincanton and Cummings.
Industrial / Distribution Units / 12,000 – 106,500 Sq. Ft. / Bristol BS35 4GH
More+ Central Park forms part of the wider Central Park development, which extends to approximately 260 acres. The scheme will provide in excess of 556,000 sq ft comprising 11 new industrial / distribution buildings, that are being speculatively built and delivered in phases. More+ Central Park can also offer ‘build to suit’ opportunities for bespoke occupier requirements, with building heights up to 40m.
The brand new Junction 1 of the M49 will complete Q4 2019. More+ Central Park is 0.5 miles from the proposed junction and 3.4 miles to the M5 J18 providing access to the national motorway network via the M4/M5 intersection.
Central Park boasts several national and international occupiers including The Range, DHL, Amazon, Lidl, Farmfoods, Davies Turner and CHEP. More+ Central Park, is a significant 40 acre development creating a range of new detached industrial / distribution units that local, regional and national occupiers have indicated are in short supply.
Central Park benefits from planning permissions granted in 1957 and 1958, which enable immediate development without the need for further detailed applications.
Unit 11 has now been let to Pilkington Automotive Glass on a 10-year lease at a rent of £8.94 per sq ft – a new record for the region.
Last Unit Remaining / Open A1 Retail Park / Up to 10,000 Sq. Ft Available
Phoenix Retail Park is located approximately 4 miles north of Swansea City Centre and within 2 miles of Junctions 44/45 of the M4. Adjacent occupiers include Home Bargains, Dreams, Iceland and B&M Retail.
370 Dwelling Residential Development Site with Outline Planning Permission / 19.35 Hectares (47.82 Acres)
This is a unique opportunity to acquire a site with outline planning permission for a new village overlooking the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with 296 private and 74 affordable dwellings, a Primary School and a Shop/Community Building. The development is at the southern end of the New Eastern Villages (NEV) development. Redlands is an early phase in the NEV development which over time will deliver 8,000 dwellings in various individual new villages.
The site is, 4.7 miles away from the train station, with times less than one house to London. Junction 15 is less than 3 miles away and Great Western Hospital is 2.5 miles away, with quick access to the A419 dual carriageway.
Barberry currently hold a number of apartments in the Midlands and North West. Please enquire with the office if you are interested in purchasing apartments for owner-occupier or buy to let purposes.