Minworth Trade Park Gets Colourful

Minworth Trade Park has signed up two more tenants adding a splash of colour to this highly acclaimed trade park with a fresh flower distributor and a decorators merchants both taking new units.

Onno Flowers, who will shortly be changing their name to Flowervision Birmingham have taken 7,874 sq ft whilst Brewers Paints have moved into a 5,419 sq ft unit.

These two lettings follow hot on the heels of deals to RadshapeRC and Farr UK such that only five units on this 250,000 sq ft development remain available. Existing units provide: 4,095 sq ft, 5,574 sq ft, 7,757 sq ft and 7,821 sq ft whilst a design and build site can accommodate up to 45,000 sq ft.

Onno Martens of Onno Flowers said: “This unit now means that we will have an even bigger selection of fresh flowers, plants and sundries for our customers to choose from on location. With Minworth being in the centre of the UK it is ideal for our needs and we are looking forward to expanding our business.”

Alex Luker of CBRE Global Investors said: “The diverse mix of tenants is not only ideal from an investment point of view but also helps to bring a unique range of customers to the park. We are absolutely delighted with the considerable success that we have had at Minworth and this recent run of lettings bodes well for the disposal of the final units.”

Alfred Bartlett, of Bartlett Property who are joint agents on the trade park added: “These latest occupiers show the high regard that Minworth Trade Park has, not only for the quality of the units but also its diverse range of occupiers and strategic location which have been major factors in occupiers deciding to take space here.”

Harris Lamb, Colliers International and Bartlett Property acted on behalf of CBRE Global Investors. Collins and Jarvis acted on behalf of Brewers Paints whilst Onno Flowers represented themselves.