New 271,000 sq ft industrial scheme takes a step closer
A major new industrial scheme in Warwickshire that will see some 271,000 sq ft of Grade A space built has taken a step closer.
A breaking ground ceremony for Prospero Ansty Park’s newest industrial scheme has taken place for the development which will be split across three units. Each unit will be available for both B2 and B8 uses.
Manse Opus has agreed a forward funding deal for Apollo 69/6, alongside a JV between a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Canmoor.
Apollo 69/6 is targeting some of the highest certifications, including BREEAM Excellent and EPC A ratings. The development will also include electric car charging points and an energy monitoring smart meter system.
Ansty Park is home to major occupiers including Rolls Royce, Cadent Gas and aerospace giants Meggitt.
Victoria Turnbull, joint managing director of Manse Opus, said: “Apollo 69/6 will benefit from Prospero Ansty Park’s stellar location with instant access to the motorway and will offer its future occupiers great connectivity and leading ESG credentials. We are very excited to be bringing this new, sustainable scheme forward at the Park.”
Farbod Nia, managing director at Goldman Sachs, said: “We are excited that construction has begun on Prospero Ansty Park’s newest industrial scheme. This is a continuation of the growth of our development-focused joint venture with Canmoor, working with leading development partners like Manse to deliver high quality space for our tenants.”