Barberry acquires site for Worcestershire business park

Barberry Developments is planning to create a new business park in the West Midlands after purchasing a 15-acre development site in Worcestershire for an undisclosed sum.

The site is set to accommodate up to 225,000 sq ft of newly developed warehouse, factory or office space. 

Build-to-suit units will be offered in varied, bespoke sizes for specific occupier requirements, available either on an occupational lease or on a freehold sale basis.

The proposed Barberry Business Park is situated adjacent to the A38, which offers connectivity to Worcester, the Midlands, South West, and south Wales.

Fisher German is retained as sole agent for the scheme.

According to Barberry, this plan showcases the investor’s continued commitment to the region and acquiring sites that will attract investment and create employment opportunities. 

Martyn Cartwright, director at Barberry Developments (pictured above), commented: “We are enormously excited to announce the acquisition of another West Midlands development site.

“Worcester is already home to many major occupiers such as Worcester Bosch, Mazak and GTech and we believe our new development will attract other significant occupiers. 

“The acquisition of Bluebell Farm is another example of Barberry Group delivering on our investment and development strategy, with a focus on sectors with strong long-term growth drivers,” he added.

Richard Tomlinson, partner at Fisher German, added: “We are already in discussions with a number of local, regional and national companies which are interested in the opportunities to develop buildings to their own requirements.

“Barberry Business Park will help to bridge the gap in the shortfall of high-quality freehold employment accommodation.”

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