A specialist in the construction of industrial and distribution units, Warmflame Developments, is to develop a further 47,275 sq ft scheme on Moulton Park in Northampton. Demand for industrial space remains strong in the area; with one unit already pre-sold off plan.
This new scheme on Anglia Way marks the second site to be developed on the industrial estate by the Solihull based company and underlines its commitment to delivering quality mid-box developments throughout the Midlands.
The company will break ground on its latest project – WD.Park Anglia Way – in July, which will see the construction of two new industrial/warehouse units of 21,528 sq ft and 25,747 sq ft. Each high-quality warehouse unit will offer a comprehensive mezzanine floor that can be fitted out to provide offices or additional storage space. Other features include an 8m clear internal height, electrically operated loading doors, electric vehicle charging points and generous yard areas.
Unit 1 of 21,528 sq ft has already been pre-sold to a leading global provider of products and services that support patient care.
Development Director at Warmflame Developments, Stuart Mair said:
“We are delighted to be bringing this site forward as it allows us to plug a gap in the market for mid-box industrial space in Northamptonshire. As we look forward to practical completion in Q1 2024, this speculative development will provide both this company and another occupier with a high-quality, energy efficient building, located in a prime employment area.”
Richard Baker, a Director of Prop-Search, acting as joint agent with TDB Real Estate, said:
“Anglia Way brings some much needed new stock to Northampton. It is well placed to offer end users access to both a skilled and experienced workforce.”
This latest wave of construction follows the huge success of Warmflame’s neighbouring 58,020 sq ft scheme on Deer Park Road, which completed in October 2022 and saw nine units sold within two months of practical completion. This shows both the current strength of the market and the demand that exists for occupiers who want to own their own units.