Sunday, December 5, 2021

Plans revealed for new business park in Leicestershire

Brackley Property Developments (BPD) has revealed plans to develop a new business park in Leicestershire.

The commercial developer has submitted a reserved matters application to Harborough District Council for the first phase of development at Elm Business Park in Broughton Astley.

The scheme proposes the development of industrial and warehouse units ranging in size from approximately 8,000 – 50,000 sq ft on a 17-acre site adjacent to Broughton Astley Golf Complex.

Units will be available on a design and build basis, which will provide occupiers with the opportunity to tailor the size and specification to their requirements. The largest building which can be accommodated is c.120,000 sq ft, subject to layout.

Elm Business Park lies on a prominent site off the B4114 Coventry Road, within six miles of the M1/M69 interchange. Outline planning consent was granted in December 2020 for a mix of uses including industrial, office, retail and leisure.

Stephen Pedrick-Moyle, Managing Director of BPD, said: “We are expecting planning approval for phase one towards the end of the year but we are already engaging with occupiers to discuss potential requirements for the site. This is with a view to starting construction during the first quarter of 2022.”

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