Planners are expected to approve the 205,000 sq ft first phase at Worcester six at a meeting on 30th June.
The first two large industrial/warehouse units to be developed at Worcester Six by Liberty Property Trust and Stoford Developments could be followed by up to 1.25m sq ft of extra floorspace.
Worcester County Council expects the wider £120 million park, located near junction 6 of the M5, to create around 5,000 jobs once the whole development is complete. Work on a £10 million infrastructure package for the park is making good progress. Highways improvements to access the site have been funded by Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership through the Growth Deal.
Stoford director Gerard Ludlow said: “Our aim is to complete construction of the two units by the first quarter of 2017.”