Planning Application Granted for Industrial Development within Aldridge
Planning Application Granted for Speculative Industrial Development at Airfield 55, Aldridge
Leading Midlands's commercial developer, Trebor Developments and funding partner, Kay Properties (Midlands) Limited, have achieved detailed planning consent for their speculative 55,000 sq ft, high quality, industrial unit on the 3.34 acre site in Aldridge.
The project which benefits from grant funding provided through the Black Country LEP, will commence on site in the next few weeks and provide quality industrial premises (B2 manufacturing or B8 distribution) by early 2018.
Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner for Trebor Developments, commented on behalf of the partners, "We are delighted to have secured planning and now be in a position to commence construction. We will be announcing the selected contractor to build the premises shortly. This speculative 55,000 sq ft development responds to a real gap in the Midlands market for quality industrial accommodation in this size bracket. The building is available to lease and we expect strong interest".
Airfield 55 is being marketed by joint agents, BNP Paribas, Birmingham Office (Andrew Cosnett) and Burley Browne, Birmingham Office (Mark Fitzpatrick).
About the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)
1. The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) aligns activity across
private and public sectors to create the right environment for businesses with
a remit to tackle barriers to business growth and create a globally competitive
2. Programmes to deliver our vision are structured around three areas of activity:
* Business: supporting skills and competitiveness.
* People: raising skills and employability, for example through our City Deal and
* Place: including the provision of more high quality employment land through
our Enterprise Zone and City Deal.
3. The LEP Board has identified seven priority areas where action will have the
most impact on the Black Country and its contribution to the national economy:
* Exploiting the potential of the Black Country as a place to live, do business and
invest; focusing on our housing offer, the quality of employment land, and the
distinctive role of our four strategic centres.
* Using supply chains to build business commitment to skills and growth
* Supporting innovation at our major science and business parks
* Building a close relationship with our top 600 companies.
* Raising our skills levels
* Securing inward investment
* Developing a more entrepreneurial culture
For further information contact:
Trebor Developments LLP
Innovation Centre, Longbridge Technology Park, 1 Devon Way, Birmingham, B31 2TS. Tel: 0121 222 5480. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information and images contact:
Helen Annetts, PR on behalf of Black Country LEP
Tel: 077790 26720. E-mail: HelenAnnetts@hotmail.co.uk