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Speculative development at Trinity Park commences

Speculative development at Trinity Park commences

Trebor Developments and partner Hillwood have commenced construction at Trinity Park, Hillmead, Swindon. The new, high-quality accommodation, for manufacturing and distribution occupiers is available from 36,750 to 78,750sq ft.

Planning consent was secured earlier this year and construction commenced shortly after.  

“We are pleased to commence the construction of this speculative development following another off-market site acquisition. Swindon has a long-established industrial heritage with a skilled work force and is strategically located with access to the M4 and the wider Motorway network,” said James Drew, Development Director, Trebor Developments.

“We are already having positive discussions with occupiers from a range of sectors and seeing construction commence on site reinforces the message to the market that the new accommodation will be available to occupy at the end of this year.”

Trinity Park is well connected by road, with Junction 16 of the M4 just three miles to the South West and the A419 three miles to the North West.

Trebor and Hillwood are represented by joint agents CBRE and WBM Property.

Councillor Oliver Donachie, Swindon Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for the Economy and Place, said: “Trebor Developments’ investment in Trinity Park is a real show of confidence in Swindon and I am delighted the company has recognised the potential in the site.

“We have a strong economy most cities would be proud of, fantastic transport links and we know we have talented people in our town. It is encouraging there has been such strong interest in the site from potential occupiers and I look forward to seeing which new employer wants to join the long list of major companies that already do business in Swindon.”

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