St. Modwen Logistics has agreed terms with signage and printing specialists, Xpress Print Solutions, and nursery retailer, Bambinos and Beyond, to occupy a shared unit at one of its landmark schemes, Albion Gateway, in Burton-on-Trent.
The two family-run businesses will occupy one of the three remaining units at the 10-acre logistics scheme, scaling 5,786 sq ft.
The two remaining units of 2,884 sq ft and 4,308 sq ft are immediately available and offer local businesses a chance to expand at one of the area’s most recognised commercial developments.
Albion Gateway is centrally located less than one mile from the A38 and just two miles from Burton-on-Trent town centre, providing key transport links to arterial roads such as the A50 and A511, along with access to a large labour pool.
To date, St. Modwen Logistics has delivered a total warehouse floor space of more than 130,000 sq ft at the scheme, which already accommodates major local occupiers including, Greggs, DHL, Pirelli and Door and Joinery Solutions.
Hannah Bryan Williams, Multi-Let Leasing Manager at St. Modwen Logistics, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming Xpress Print Solutions and Bambinos and Beyond as new occupiers at Albion Gateway. Their arrival will contribute to an already diverse range of businesses located at the site and is testament to St. Modwen’s continued investment in the region.”
Shannon Harris, Director at Bambinos and Beyond, added: “It was important for us to find a new home that could cater for our business needs while offering a high-quality and well-located warehouse space. Albion Gateway has not just provided us with these specific requirements but has also located us close to key transportation routes.”
Paul Rushton, Director at Rushton Hickman Limited, added: “Albion Gateway has proven to be a very popular scheme and there is strong interest in the two remaining units. This site is a prime location for businesses to establish themselves further and the units are suitable for a variety of trade counter, industrial and warehouse occupiers.”