The scheme comprises of two high-specification production/distribution units located to the north of Stafford town centre within one mile of Junction 14 M6 motorway and accessed off theA34 Stafford Road.
Andrew Groves, Director at Harris Lamb, said: “We are delighted to be working with Trebor and Seddon on this project. Both organisations have an excellent track record for delivering successful schemes.”
“The Prime Point 14 site benefits from detailed planning consent for two mid-box units of 66,628 sq ft and 76,908 sq ft respectively and with the significant investment in the site to date on infrastructure works, a fast track delivery programme can be implemented, making it possible to deliver leasehold or freehold buildings within a six-month period if required.”
“There has been a significant amount of development activity in the surrounding area in recent years, with a wide range of occupiers attracted to this location due to its excellent access to the M6 and A34. Surrounding occupiers include GE, Screwfix, Culina, Iron Mountain, Arnold Clark, Land Rover and Audi.,” he said.
The buildings, Prime 1 and Prime 2, will be constructed to a high specification with 10m eaves, 50m yards, floor loading capacity of 50 Kn psm, dock and level access loading with up to 1 Mega Watt of power being available.
Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner at Trebor Developments, said: “We are pleased to welcome Harris Lamb to our agency team on this exciting project. The site is “oven-ready”, allowing us to deliver units on a very fast track basis to local occupier requirements. We are offering competitive leasehold or freehold terms.”
Savills and Bromwich Hardy are joint agents on the scheme.
For further information on the opportunity please contact Harris Lamb, the joint agents or visit: www.primepoint14.com.