G Park in Stoke comprises 2 units for distribution/industrial purposes.
Located within an established commercial area, G-Park Stoke 275 will be available for occupation in December 2018. The speculatively built warehouse will benefit from a best-in-class specification, including 50 metre service yard, 15 metres clear internal height, 28 dock levellers and four level access doors, 38 HGV parking spaces, 168 car parking spaces, a gatehouse and three storey offices. Junction 15 of the M6 (7 miles) to the west provides road links to the North West and West Midlands, and Junction 24 of the M1 to the east provides road links to London and the North East.
Churnet Park is located on the former Churnet Works site on the outskirts of Leek Town Centre. The site is accessed directly off the Macclesfield Road (A523) approximately 0.5 mile to the west of the town centre. Adjacent to the business park is a Sainsbury’s supermarket and Marstons restaurant with a mixture of industrial and retail uses in the wider surrounding area. The A523 provides links to Macclesfield (17 miles to the North), Stoke on Trent (10 miles to the south) and Congleton (11 miles to the west).
The estate was constructed in 2012 and attracts a mixed tenancy of retail, trade, leisure and general business use.Ideal for retail, trade, leisure, industrial and general business use (some proposed uses may be subject to planning consent) Units available 3A - 397 sq.ft and 3D - 701 sq.ft Steel portal framed units Typically each unit benefits from toilet facilities, florescent lighting and glazed entrance doors and mixture of loading doors. Loading access via shared loading yards Ample communal car parking Park is adjacent large Sainsburys store Estate was constructed in 2012 Units ready for occupation
Industrial / warehouse unit
The subject property is situated on Birrell Street in Fenton, a popular industrial location in close proximity to the A50/A500 dual carriageway intersection in Stoke-on-Trent. Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6 Motorway, serving Birmingham to the south and Manchester to the north, are approximately 3.5 miles and 10.5 miles distant respectively. Surrounding occupiers include Barkers Engineering, Scott Timber and Prince International Corporation.
The property comprises a modern, detached industrial/distribution building of steel portal frame construction beneath a multi-pitched, steel profile clad roof surface incorporating sky lights. Internally the building comprises a warehouse with integral office and staff welfare accommodation, briefly benefitting from the following specification: • Seven surface level roller shutter doors; • 6.95 meter eaves height (6.14 meters to the underside of the portal haunch); • Two-storey office and staff welfare facilities including a canteen; • Full site and building circulation; • Secure site area of approximately 5.108 acres; • Large surfaced car park.
DC2 is a fully refurbished stand-alone modern warehouse unit in close proximity to the M6 motorway
DC2 is located on the established Prologis Park Stafford with other notable occupiers on the Park including Screwfix, Culina, Iron Mountain and Altecnic. Prologis Park Stafford is located prominent to J14 of the M6 motorway, connecting to the UK’s motorway network and providing access to many of the UK’s major cities within the 4.5 hour drive-time limit.
• First ﬂoor ofﬁce
• Mechanically ventilated system
• Suspended ceilings and raised access ﬂoors
• Feature wall
• 25 HGV parking spaces
• 123 car parking spaces
• Secure fenced site
• Security lighting – ofﬁce car park/service yard
• Covered cycle shelter
• EPC rating of ‘A13’ and BREEAM ‘Very Good’ (2014)