Plans for the latest development at a leading Staffordshire business park have been submitted.
Midlands commercial developer Trebor Developments has submitted the plans for a 102,000 sq ft industrial unit at the county council developed Kingswood Lakeside in Cannock.
The development is set to be available for occupation during the first half of 2018.
The announcement of the new scheme, which will be known as Rapida at Lakeside, coincides with Trebor Developments’ presence at MIPIM, the international commercial property event, where Trebor is one of the sponsors of Staffordshire County Council’s inward investment service. The developer recently completed an industrial facility at the county council’s Redhill Business Park in Stafford.
Staffordshire County Council’s economic growth leader Mark Winnington said:
Kingswood Lakeside is one of our flagship business parks with major companies operating there. There has been a lot of activity and new development on site recently and the Trebor unit will be another welcome addition. We have worked with Trebor at another of our sites at Redhill in Stafford and look forward to seeing this development in Cannock completed and ready for business. This is further demonstration of investor confidence in Staffordshire which we’re able to showcase at MIPIM.”
Bob Tattrie, managing partner of Trebor Developments, said:
We are delighted to bring forward a further, major, industrial development in the Midlands and to be developing again in Cannock, following the successful opening of the Gateway Retail Park in 2016. The new building will provide quality accommodation to B2 (manufacturing) or B8 (logistics) users, with its excellent access onto the adjacent motorway network and at 102,000 sq ft represents a size of accommodation that is not currently generally available right across the West Midlands. We look forward to satisfying occupiers requirements.”
Kingswood Lakeside is close to Junction 7 of the M6 Toll and Junction 11/12 of the M6. Businesses operating there include HellermannTyton and Veolia