An 18-acre Wolverhampton site is to be redeveloped as 239,000 sq ft of new warehouse floorspace.
Birmingham-based commercial property developer Stoford Developments and Bridges Fund Management have submitted a planning application to the City of Wolverhampton Council to build four high-quality units at Pantheon Park of 30,000 sq ft, 59,050 sq ft, 68,830 sq ft, and 82,850 sq ft.
The site is at Wednesfield Way, Wolverhampton, is close to the M6 Toll, M5, M42 and M54 and is situated in an established location off junction 10 of the M6 via the A454. . Work could start on site in January once detailed planning consent is achieved, with practical completion proposed for Q3 2019.
Stoford’s development manager Angus Huntley said: “It is well documented that there is huge pent-up demand across the region, and indeed across the UK, for high quality industrial units as businesses expand or relocate. We are confident these units will attract good interest.”