£16m speculative industrial and warehousing scheme proposed
Plans for a £16m speculative industrial and warehousing scheme have been unveiled by developer Chancerygate.
The company, which has a Warrington office, has submitted proposals for a 72,140 sq ft scheme in Bredbury.
Called Cromwell Park, the proposed development will be located on a four-acre site in Bredbury Park Industrial Estate and comprise 10 Grade A leasehold units ranging from 1,927 sq ft to 22,001 sq ft.
The development site benefits from excellent access to the town centre and is less than one mile from junction 25 of the M60.
Neighbouring occupiers include national bakery Allied Bakeries, international courier delivery services company TNT, carpet wholesaler Hadfields and chain manufacturer Renold Chains.
Chancerygate development manager, Chris Brown, who is based in Warrington, said: “This is an exciting opportunity to build on one of the last remaining undeveloped sites allocated for employment in the Stockport borough.
“Our plans for Cromwell Park aim to meet the significant demand for high quality, new build industrial space that there is from businesses operating in and around Stockport and the wider North West.
“With planning now submitted, we are looking forward to working with Stockport Council to bring a much needed, high specification industrial and warehousing development to Bredbury.”
Chancerygate currently has more than 3.5m sq ft of industrial space under construction or ready for development across 32 sites ranging from Bournemouth to Edinburgh.
Agents for Cromwell Park are Williams Sillitoe and Cushman & Wakefield.