Midlands based developer Hodgetts Estates has completed construction of two new warehouse and general industrial units at its 700,000 sqft business park scheme Core 42 Tamworth, near Junction 10 M42 and adjacent to Birch Coppice.
The units have been constructed to the highest energy performance standards and incorporate the latest technology for sustainability. Cycle storage and shower facilities have also been installed to encourage employees to use sustainable travel from local settlements.
The units also benefit from secure private yards, large power supplies, mains gas, EPC ‘A’ rating, 10%-15% rooflights, siphonic drainage, Hormann Level Access Doors, and market leading cladding to Chill Store specification.
Now complete, the new units will provide much needed supply of high specification smaller units into a market which has been dominated by larger ‘big-box’ warehouses more recently, and should be of interest to local and national operators looking to upgrade or expand their current facilities. The chill store cladding specification also means that the units could be of interest to companies operating in the food retail sector.
Edward Hodgetts said, “We’re pleased to have reached completion of these units on time and on budget. The devastating global pandemic has understandably increased levels of online retail and subsequently the need for warehousing. Most importantly these units will provide a modern, sustainable, and energy efficient workspace for businesses to operate from and provide employment opportunities in these uncertain times.”
To date, Hodgetts Estates have constructed over 305,000 sqft at the prime logistics location Core 42 Tamworth. Local occupiers to the area include Aldi, Greencore, OCADO, Volkswagen, Sainsbury’s, FEDEX and UPS.
Interested occupiers should contact agents Richard James-Moore or Carl Durrant at JLL and Adam McGuinness and Nick Waddington at MWRE.