The scheme comprises an Asda foodstore and a purpose built retail warehouse parade.
The retail park sits inside one of the main Out of Town retail warehousing provision for the area, with Princess Way being a key gateway road off the M65 into Burnley
The Strawberry Fields Digital Hub Chorley is ideally located off Junction 8 of the M61 offering state-of-art office accommodation.
Strawberry Fields Digital Hub is a state-of-the-art technology centre aimed at SMEs and established businesses within the digital and creative sectors including Web design and digital services, Computer games and software, Film, media and broadcasting, Design and branding, Marketing and PR and Design and fashion together with other businesses who are within other Lancashire Enterprise Agency key growth sectors including Aerospace, Energy and Environmental and Professional and Business Services Strawberry Fields Digital Hub will provide a total of 40,500sqft lettable space within a wide range of options from hot desks and micro pods to small “incubator” offices available on flexible terms through to large, conventional suites to allow companies to grow and expand within the centre which will benefit from a full time centre manager and a small business adviser specialising in digital and small business growth and will have links to the University of Central Lancashire in Preston to aid start ups and SMEs developed by university graduates. Completion will be in May 2019
Logic at Kingsway Business Park is a brand new development of 11 industrial units ranging in size from 3,000 to 15,500 sq ft.
With direct access to J21 of the M62 motorway Kingsway Business Park is one of the best located industrial parks in the North West. The M62 provides excellent transport links to the local, regional and national motorway network with the M60, M66, M61 and M6 all within easy reach.
Steel portal frame 6-8 metres to the underside of the haunch Full height electric roller shutter door Site area of 3.87 acres 3 phase power supply
Channel Way comprises a self-contained former train manufacturing facility which has been adapted and extended.
The property is located on Channel Way in Preston, approximately 1.5 km west of Preston City Centre , close to Preston Riversway. Access to the motorway is provided approximately 6 km west of J31 of the M6, 7 km south west of J32 of the M6 and 5km North West of J29 of the M6.
Channel Way comprises a self-contained former train manufacturing facility which has been adapted and extended benefitting from the following: • Three, high bay interconnecting warehouses of brick construction under steel truss roofs • Integral three storey office accommodation • Eaves height ranging from 6 to 16 metres • Solid concrete floors throughout • Loading on the northern, eastern and southern elevations • Manned security gate off Channel Way • Separate detached warehouse with integral offices • Substantial external area currently used as car parking • Large site area of 14.91 acres (6.03 ha)
Four bay steel portal framed unit Office and amenity accommodation Eaves height of approximately 5m Cranage facilities Separate vehicular access off West Strand Large car park
The unit forms part of the wider Four Oaks Business Park, a multi-tenanted estate within Walton Summit.
Preston is the administrative centre of Lancashire and is located 29 miles north west of Manchester and 35 miles north of Liverpool. Walton Summit is situated 6 miles to the south of Preston at the axis of three motorways (M6, M61 and M65) all within 1 mile which provides excellent access to the regional and national motorway networks.
Steel portal frame unit Insulated roof and elevations Minimum 8 metre eaves 23 dock level doors Flourescent strip and high bay sodium lighting Gas fired hearing to the warehouse Ground floor office Large rear yard together with adjoining plot of land for additional storage Other occupiers include FDC and Nottingham Rehab Part of the wider Four Oaks Business Park, Walton Summit Within 1 mile of the M61 and M6 / M65 interchange
High quality development on one of the most high profile logistics and manufacturing schemes in the North West
The site lies at the heart of the region’s motorway network being adjacent to junction 4 of the M61. The M62 is three miles away, providing access to 20 million consumers and 60% of UK businesses within a two hour drive of the site. The M6 is within a 20 minute drive of the site, providing good access to Scotland and the Midlands.
Steel portal framed buildings with feature glazing to offices Minimum internal heights of 7-12 metres to underside of haunch Electrically operated level access and dock level loading doors 37.5-50 KN/m2 floor loading All mains services and drainage connections Separate dedicated car parking areas Secure service yards with 38-50 metre depth Modern offices / amenities at first floor comprising 5-10% of overall area Bespoke fit-out solutions available BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ Fully landscaped within a country park environment