New Birmingham trade and warehouse units taking shape

New trade and warehouse units for occupiers including Greggs and self-storage operator Sure Store are taking shape at Prime Park in Great Barr, Birmingham.

The steels are up, and the roofs are going on at the speculative development of 10 energy efficient units totalling 72,000 sq ft.

Legal & General’s specialist industrial fund IPIF and Prime Box are responsible for the scheme situated on 3.4 acres of brownfield land on Hamstead Hill near the new Lidl food store.

KWB’s Kenny Allan, one of the agents marketing the site, said: “Progress is going well on site and we’re on track for a Spring 2024 completion”.

Prime Park is a prominent roadside opportunity just four miles north of Birmingham city centre and is well served by public transport. It is close to the main A34 arterial route and junction 6 of the M6 motorway.

All the units will benefit from roof solar photo voltaic panels (PVs) and electric charging for cars and vans. Units 7-9 will have first floor fitted offices and will be benefit from air source heat pumps, and LED lighting. Eaves heights are 6 metres for Units 1-5 and 8 metres on Units 7-9. Contractor A&H Construction is building the development.

Other units are under offer, so for more details on the remaining net zero carbon units to let, please contact Kenny Allan at KWB, or Mark Fitzpatrick of Johnson Fellows