Developers have launched a speculative 144,000 sq ft Staffordshire warehouse scheme.
Birmingham-based Trebor and partner Seddon Developments have been granted planning consent to speculatively develop two new industrial units totalling 144,000 sq ft in Staffordshire, with Savills and BNP Paribas instructed as joint letting agents.
Construction of the 66,000 sq ft and 78,000 sq ft (7,145 sq m) warehouses will begin in the spring and complete before the end of this year at the site, to be known as Prime Point 14.
The development is located one mile from Junction 14 of the M6 along the A34 and 1.5 miles north of Stafford town centre. The area is an established industrial hub, with nearby occupiers including Screwfix, Alstom, Culina and Arnold Clark.
Bob Tattrie, managing partner of Trebor Developments, said: "The size of units proposed meets a gap in the Midlands and Staffordshire market for quality industrial accommodation of this type."
Last month it was disclosed that Trebor planned to development on a slice of the 360 acre Kingswood Lakeside site, Cannock, close to junction T7 of the M6 Toll Road and junctions 11A and 12 of the M6 motorway.
Trebor recently secured planning consent for the major development of the 12 acre Popes Lane site, Oldbury, for a 270,000 sq ft facility for Steel and Alloy Processing Limited. Work on site is expected to begin soon.