Stourbridge-based commercial property investor and developer Barberry Groupis to press on with a Midlands speculative warehouse schemes as it reveals a 2 million sq ft logistics development pipeline.
Barberry controls 528 acres of strategic development land, with a development land value of £262 million.
Barberry say that their proposed £10 million speculative development of a 72,000 sq ft warehouse unit at the site of a former DIY store in Daventry is now moving forwards with the submission of a planning application.
Barberry development director Jon Robinson said: “Birmingham and the West Midlands are not alone in being in dire need of more high quality industrial accommodation and so we are researching opportunities across the UK.
“Barberry has developments coming forward in Daventry, Durham, Wolverhampton, Bristol, Luton, Coventry and Cannock. We currently have an industrial/logistics pipeline of more than 2.4 million sq ft on sites either consented or in planning.