Worcestershire commercial property consultancy GJS Dillon has successfully negotiated all six lettings at an industrial park in Kidderminster.
Relay Engineering Ltd, a specialist service provider operating primarily in the marine, oil and gas industries and CrossFit Wyre Forest, a fitness training facility, were the first two occupiers. They have now been joined by Music Industry Education LLP, Syxthsense Ltd, an energy equipment and solutions company and Streamline Solid Surfacing Ltd, a specialist in interior surfaces. The final letting to 24xpress Ltd, a courier company, has just been completed.
The six industrial warehouse/units are based at Forest Industrial Park in Kidderminster, and benefit from six-metre high eaves, good loading/unloading facilities and allocated parking.
The development supports Wyre Forest District Council’s strategy to build a portfolio of small and medium-sized units to enable businesses to grow locally and attract new investment into the area. The units are ideally located close to Kidderminster town centre with easy access to Junctions 4,5 and 6 of the M5.
Andrew Lewis, GJS Dillon’s Commercial Agency Director who negotiated all of the 5-year leases says ‘We’re delighted that all six of these units have been let. As highlighted in our 2022 Worcestershire Commercial Property Market Report, the Wyre Forest industrial market has improved the most out of all six sub-districts of Worcestershire in the past five years. Forest Industrial Park is a great example of how Councils can support local businesses in providing the right size of accommodation to cater for a buoyant industrial market’
Cllr Helen Dyke, Leader of Wyre Forest District Council said ‘It’s great to see new units being created that are in demand in this area. We continue to make small and medium-sized businesses a priority as well as the larger more established companies in terms of providing modern and fit for purpose work spaces.’