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UNIT 1 UNITS 2A - 2G


5,100 to 14,200 sq ft Completion Autumn 2019


MANUFACTURING & LOGISTICS UNITS up to 100,000 sq ft


PLOT 3 up to 95,000 sq ft PLOT 4 up to 100,000 sq ft Future development


Bespoke manufacturing & logistics units to let up to


100,000 sq ft


with a secured power supply of over 5MVA


www.mucklowparktyseley.com


MUCKLOW PARK


ADVANCED MANUFACTURING UNITS 50,000 to 160,000 sq ft


UNIT 3 160,000 sq ft Bespoke advanced manufacturing units to let from


50,000 to 160,000 sq ft with a secured power supply of over 4.5MVA


www.mucklowparki54.com M6 14 A41


Mucklow will work with occupiers to create bespoke, state-of-the-art industrial and logistics buildings at these superbly located schemes.


At Mucklow we can provide a comprehensive design and build service to deliver buildings to suit business needs including all aspects of tenant fit-out.


Our flagship schemes have sufficient power for manufacturing operations and are ideally placed to serve a variety of supply chains. It’s no wonder they have already attracted some prestigious international occupiers.


STAFFORD BURTON UPON TRENT A51 5 TELFORD


MUCKLOW PARK


11a M54 2 10a M6 TOLL M6 A454 WOLVERHAMPTON 8 6 A442


BIRMINGHAM M5


KIDDERMINSTER


To find out more contact Mucklow direct:


M5 6 WORCESTER A422 12 4a M42 REDDITCH M40 A441 A435 15 3a A46 ROYAL


LEAMINGTON SPA


WARWICK 5 7a 4


BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT


M42


M6 A45


NUNEATON A5 2 COVENTRY A46 M6 1 RUGBY M45 A423 A45 A423 1 M U C K LOW PAR K M69 M M42 A444 21 A38 11 A511 ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH A42 LOUGHB A518 A50


23a 24


UNIT 2 74,800 sq ft LET TO


M U C K LOW PAR K


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