Phase One of major redevelopment complete at Bridgwater Trade Park

Progress in the redevelopment of Bridgwater Trade Park ramps up a gear with the completion of the five units of Phase One.

A syndication of investors, headed up by property partnership Craigard, purchased the site in December 2018 and has undergone significant redevelopment to provide a variety of flexible units from 5,000-40,000 sq ft (464 sq m – 3,716 sq m) available to let. The units are suitable for warehouse, industrial or trade counter use and are now ready to occupy.

The units are built with an excellent specification including eaves height from 5.6m rising to 10m, full height electric loading doors, first floor fully fitted offices (Units 1 & 5 only), WC’s and excellent parking and loading allocation (unit 5 benefits from a secure self-contained yard). Combined with an excellent location (a few miles from Hinkley C) and transport links, Bridgwater Trade Park is strategically positioned in a long-established business location fronting the A38 with easy access to both J23 and J24 of the M5 motorway.

“We’re delighted to launch Phase One,” comments Managing Partner David Foster. “There are very few good quality and immediately available properties for occupiers in the current market so we are optimistic that these units, designed to such a high specification, will be occupied very shortly.”

The units are being marketed jointly by Avison Young and Greenslade Taylor Hunt.

James Short, Surveyor at Avison Young adds, “For occupiers with larger requirements, there is the opportunity to consolidate units. All the units include parking, but Unit 5 also includes a self-contained secure yard.”

Phase two of Bridgwater Trade Park over the adjacent 1.4 acres is also available and offers the opportunity for design and build options, open storage and potential speculative development.