Three plot sales completed at popular Cheshire employment park

Cheshire Green Employment Park

Three sales have been completed at Cheshire Green Employment Park by property consultancy, Legat Owen.

The largest of the three deals, at the site in Wardle, Nantwich, was for Plot 7, which has been bought for the development of a bespoke facility of more than 130,000 sq ft for Everything Genetic, a provider of medical testing kits that has grown rapidly through the COVID period.

Plot 3, comprising around 2.3 acres, has been sold to property company Spitfire, which will build a single speculative unit of around 30,000 sq ft.

This will be Spitfire’s fourth purchase at Cheshire Green and comes on the back of successful lettings to expanding local businesses in contract packaging company Unette and PCO, a supplier to the snack industry.

The 3.1-acre Plot 4 has been bought by Andrews Property Investment, to allow a further new-build unit for a retained client with a need for a property of around 50,000 sq ft.

Matthew Pochin, director at Legat Owen, said: “Cheshire Green has proven consistently that it has the ideal qualities that Cheshire businesses want.

“It’s great that we can enable the growth ambitions of companies like Everything Genetic and we provide homes for growing businesses.”

Phase one of Cheshire Green is now all but spoken for and developer, Phillip Posnett, is focused on enabling phase two before the year end.

The second phase has already attracted an international manufacturer to sign an exclusivity agreement on 12-acres for a new facility.

Cheshire Green Industrial Park is located on the A51 in central Cheshire within easy reach of the key towns of Crewe, Chester and Warrington.

With planning permission for nearly 1.5 million sq ft of industrial and distribution uses and open storage land, the park offers development plots from one to 20 acres to suit occupiers of all sizes.

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