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Construction of another 30,000sq ft unit at Tournament Fields has begun

Clowes Developments has instructed construction contractor, Benniman’s to begin work on a 30,000 sq. ft unit at Plot 1003, Tournament Fields.

The standalone warehouse and distribution facility sits on a 1.70 acre plot of land in a prime position as you enter Tournament Fields from the A429. The unit will provide a secure yard and separate generous parking provision, including electric vehicle charging points. Construction is utilising Clowes fast-track basis with works due to be completed in November 2022.

The new unit is located next to the European headquarters of Gallagher, a New Zealand based, high profile global company operating across 160 countries worldwide. Occupiers of the site will be in good company with other world-renowned names such as Semcon, Eagle Burgmann, Geberit, GFA, and Scholastic all choosing Tournament Fields to house their businesses. 3P Innovations have also recently announced their expansion plans. 3P Innovations, a world-class engineering and process automation company have instructed Clowes Developments to build a second facility on the plot of land next to their current headquarters to allow the company room to continue to grow. 

Developer, Paul Shanley explains why Tournament Fields is a popular spot for the international market:

“Tournament Fields is a thriving business park located adjacent to Junction 15 of the M40 motorway, southwest of Warwick town centre. It has attracted Global companies to base their UK and European HQ’s here. The park benefits from direct access to the Midlands motorway network and excellent transport links to Warwick and the surrounding areas, which makes efficient business logistics a seamless process.

As experienced national developers, we have an eye for identifying strategically located business parks opportunities, which tick the boxes for our target market.

We are confident of securing an occupier for plot 1003 in advance of construction works being completed…  watch this space.”