Business leaders to tour £23m Pantheon Park development as part of Wolverhampton’s Business Fortnight

Noel Muscutt, partner at Wolverhampton-based Bulleys

Captains of industry and potential investors are being invited on an up-close tour of one of the biggest new developments in the Black Country during Wolverhampton’s upcoming fortnight of business events.

Property agents Bulleys, together with their joint agents, JLL and Savills, will be hosting a series of visits to the £23 million Pantheon Park site on Wednesfield Way, where more than 240,000 sq ft of new industrial and warehousing space is nearing completion.

The tours will coincide with the City of Wolverhampton Business Breakfast on 26 September, when keynote speakers will talk about how the city is changing, as well as outlining a number of major investment projects.

Around 400 civic and business figures from across the region will attend the annual event at the GTG Training & Conference Centre, which is the high point of the city’s fortnight long series of business events. This year it is hosted by Wolverhampton-born TV and radio presenter Jacqui Oatley MBE.

Guests at the breakfast will invited by Bulleys, JLL, and Savills to have a look at what Pantheon Park will be able to offer businesses, with three high quality production/warehouse units ranging from 30,000 sq ft up to 134,000 sq ft.

Noel Muscutt, Partner at Wolverhampton-based Bulleys, said: “We will be running visits following the Business Breakfast on 26th September, giving business people the opportunity to examine this major development.

“It has been built with investment from Royal London by Stoford Developments and Bridges Fund Management, which underlines growing confidence in Wolverhampton and the wider Black Country as a base for manufacturing and logistics businesses.

“With the Bentley Bridge retail park literally over the road, it means a wide range of services will be on hand for those working at Pantheon Park, making it an even more attractive recruitment destination.”

Developed by Stoford and Bridges Fund Management with the backing of Royal London Asset Management, the 18-acre site has already attracted leading car dealership Arnold Clark, with an additional unit earmarked for business storage company, Lok’nStore.

The additional new units are all due to be ready for occupation later this year.

They are being jointly marketed by Bulleys, JLL and Savills.