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  • Industrial Industrial (21)
  • Leisure Leisure (5)
  • Mixed Use and New Community Mixed Use/New Community (14)
  • Residential Residential (12)
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  • Town Centre Town Centre/Retail (12)

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Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Evolution Park, Blackburn

Evolution Park

Evolution Park, Blackburn, is a 14 acre Business Park situated close to Junction 5 of the M65, offering a dynamic new business environment to serve Blackburn and the surrounding areas. It is primarily aimed at start-up and growing enterprises within the medical, science and knowledge sectors. The Innovation Centre provides 44,000 sq ft of high quality office accommodation, providing tailored office space solutions that range in size upwards from 90 sq ft Developed in partnership with Darwen Borough Council with a 10 year development programme, the first phase includes a 44,000 sq ft Innovation Centre and an 18,000 sq ft ‘grow-on’ office building called Fusion House, converted to flexible state-of-the-art office space, which is now fully occupied. St. Modwen is currently progressing proposals to develop an additional 8 acres, where buildings will be provided, tailored to occupiers’ needs.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Farnworth Market Precinct, Bolton

Farnworth Market Precinct

Farnworth is a suburban town (population 25,000) located approximately three miles from Bolton and nine miles from Manchester. In partnership with Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council, the 32,500 sq ft shopping precinct, includes 21 retail units located at the heart of town, between the open market and bus station and fronting its main shopping precinct. Work has already completed on a £150,000 refurbishment project to repair and improve the precinct’s external façades. Currently, St. Modwen is advancing development plans in conjunction with Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council to add value and improve the convenience shopping offer in Farnworth.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Albion Gateway, Burton Upon Trent

Albion Gateway

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Branston, Burton upon Trent

Branston

The Branston site is located south of Burton on Trent, off the A38 and is bounded to the north by Main Street and residential properties, to the east the River Trent and A38 to the west. Formerly used for gravel extraction, the 280 acre site has the potential to accommodate up to circa 660 new homes and 770,000 sq ft of employment space, including manufacturing, storage and distribution units, which will generate up to 1,500 new jobs. Over 170 acres (equivalent to 60 per cent of the site) will be retained for open space and recreation, while enhancing and extending the existing public footpaths and links to the Trent Valley Way. A planning application is in process with East Staffordshire Borough Council that includes an extension and improvements to Rykneld Primary School and local roads, additional public parking and enhanced public realm, a local centre providing community facilities and environmental benefits to reduce flood risk to existing houses and the A38

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

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Watling Street Business Park, Cannock

Watling Street Business Park

The site is prominently situated on the A5 mid-way between Brownhills and Cannock and is in close proximity to the A38, A34 and M54, M6, M6 Toll motorways. Refurbished by St. Modwen in 2005, Watling Street Business Park comprises 95,000 sq ft of B1, B2 and B8 industrial, warehousing and open storage accommodation with units ranging from 2,121 sq ft up to 36,000 sq ft. The site provides occupiers with a secure and managed environment on flexible and competitive terms, for lease or sale, along with design and build opportunities.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Derby Triangle, Chaddesden

Chaddesdon Triangle

The site lies to the east of Derby city centre adjacent to Pride Park, fronting the River Derwent and is just one mile from the nearest train station, half a mile from the A52, and three miles from the M1. In 2012, after a competitive tender process, St. Modwen was selected by Network Rail as its preferred partner to bring forward the redevelopment of the 70 acre brownfield site. Situated within an established commercial, retail and employment area, the site is expected to be developed for a range of commercial uses including offices, industrial, warehousing and supporting uses such as restaurants, pub and car showroom. It has the potential to create hundreds of jobs both during construction and once complete. A masterplan application is due to be submitted by the end of 2013.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Egstow Park, Clay Cross, Chesterfield

Egstow Park

Following previous site owners entering administration, St. Modwen acquired this site in June 2013. The site, which comprises three areas (the former Biwater Pipeworks, land off Derby Road and a former tip), already benefits from outline planning consent for the creation of a high quality mixed-use regional regeneration scheme. North East Derbyshire District Council is committed to securing the long-term regeneration of the site.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Whitley Business Park, Coventry

Whitley Business Park

Whitley Business Park is situated at the junction of the A45/A46 interchange in Coventry. A 93 acre site which will eventually comprise 1.1 million sq ft of office and industrial accommodation providing a landmark mixed-use business park for Coventry, set to create up to 2,000 new jobs. St. Modwen will create the scheme to provide a leading business environment through speculative development as well as bespoke buildings to meet occupier’s specific requirements. The development is split into three phases: Lakeside - now completed. Comprising 44,000 sq ft of Grade A office buildings split into six units in a waterside setting Woodside - A future phase providing industrial accommodation with planning for B1, B2 and B8 uses and units can be provided up to 250,000 sq ft (22,500 sq m); Riverside - Providing further office accommodation, details of which are to be confirmed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Faverdale 58, Darlington

Faverdale 58

A 60 acre industrial, warehousing and distribution development occupying a strategic location adjacent to the A1(M), Faverdale 58 is set in an established warehousing and distribution area with companies such as Argos and Aldi occupying space. The site offers design and build opportunities for major distribution and warehousing up to 1.1 million sq ft with planning permission for B1, B2, B8 space and occupiers will benefit from an effective long-term management strategy including repairs, maintenance, cleaning, landscaping, security, utilities and services to the extensive landscaped setting. Faverdale 58 has the potential to provide a rail freight connection linked to industrial, warehouse and/or container handling facilities in close proximity to numerous ports, including Teesport.

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County:
Durham
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Crompton Retail Park, Doncaster

Wheatley Hall Road

A 13 acre roadside development, formerly occupied by Tyco and which is being developed in a way that will enable an existing adjacent occupier, Cooper Lighting to expand at the site thus helping to secure the longer term viability of the company in Doncaster. The project will also help retain hundreds of jobs and bring much-needed sport and recreational facilities to the area via the creation of ‘Goals Soccer Centre’, a public house, together with a range of retail and other road side uses. Planning permission was granted for a mixed-use redevelopment of the eight-acre site in December 2011 and initial site preparation and infrastructure development began in July 2012 with planning consent granted in November 2012 to deliver a 40,000 sq ft retail store for Dunelm Mill.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Parkside Business Park, Doncaster

Parkside Business Park

A 27 acre strategic development site; one of the largest storage and warehouse complexes in South Yorkshire, situated close to Doncaster Town Centre. Parkside is fast becoming the new destination for Doncaster businesses looking for affordable safe, secure and flexible storage within both good quality covered space and safe and secure open compound. Historically, the site comprised 600,000 sq ft of existing buildings including a 240,000 sq ft warehouse and a 360,000 sq ft production building. The latter of which has been demolished to make way for open storage compounds, whilst the 240,000 sq ft warehouse has been let. Future plans include continuing the site’s transformation into secure, flexible storage solutions targeted at both national and local businesses.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Robert Richardson
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

The Village at Waterdale, Doncaster

The Village at Waterdale

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Tyburn Trading Estate, Erdington, Birmingham

Tyburn Trading Estate

The four acre site is located in Erdington, to the north east of Birmingham city centre and benefits from good access to the A38 and A47, in close proximity to Junctions 5 and 6 of the M6 motorway. Adjacent to Jaguar Castle Bromwich and close to other major occupiers, including Dunlop, IForce and TDG, the scheme comprises 17 units for B1, B2 and B8 industrial and warehouse use. Units range in size from 3,500 sq ft to 17,000 sq ft. St. Modwen took the decision to create two smaller business units by splitting the space in Unit O in line with market demand. One of these units has been let leaving a unit of 6,691 sq ft. The Estate offers flexible, competitive space, which has helped to maintain a high level of occupancy.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Hilton Business Park, Hilton

Hilton Business Park

Located directly off the A50 and with excellent links to the M1 and M6 motorways, Hilton Business Park offers easy access to East Midlands Airport and to the cities of Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Stoke on Trent and Birmingham. The site, formerly an MOD base, comprises 100 acres of industrial land, with 500,000 sq ft of existing warehousing space with units ranging from 6,000 sq ft to 100,000 sq ft along with areas of open storage. Development of the site has seen the creation of a new 70,000 sq ft purpose built factory and the construction of an additional 49,250 sq ft of speculative industrial units. The Park, managed within a secure landscaped environment, also offers prospective tenants design and build opportunities to meet occupiers’ specifications, including land for expansion. Buildings up to 450,000 sq ft can also be accommodated.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Kirkby Town Centre, Knowsley

Kirkby Town Centre

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Burnley, Lancashire

Burnley

The seven acre site is located adjacent to the Leeds / Liverpool canal network. St. Modwen acquired the two former 19th Century textile mills - Healey Royd and Finsley Gate – formerly occupied by footwear manufacturer Lambert Howarth. The proposed £20m scheme will ensure the new development delivers new, modern accommodation, featuring over 160 homes, as well as providing new retail units, leisure facilities and office space, creating up to 300 jobs. The development received outline planning permission and conservation area consent in May 2011, after St. Modwen worked closely with Burnley Borough Council, the Prince’s Regeneration Trust and English Heritage. The first phase, including site clearance work and planned demolition of Healy Royd Mill, was completed in March 2012 and St. Modwen is working with the local authority in the discharge of planning conditions to ensure the proposals can come forward.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Network 46, Lincoln

Network 46

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County:
Lincolnshire
Contact Name:
Rob Richardson
Telephone:
0113 2727070

 

 

Ruston Works, Lincoln

Ruston Works

A 23 acre employment site with 735,000 sq ft of industrial/warehouse and office space currently leased to Siemens PLC. The complex initially housed both the manufacturing and servicing functions employing 1,500 people. In 2012, St. Modwen, working closely with Siemens PLC to assist with their rationalisation/restructuring programme, completed a design and build construction project to deliver a new state of the art office and service facility, comprising 50,000 sq ft of BREEAM office accommodation and 85,000 sq ft of service facility. This enabled Siemens to consolidate its Lincoln-based gas turbine service business, previously situated at four different sites in the City (including Ruston Works), into one new high quality facility at Teal Park, thus ensuring that this long established business remains within Lincoln. The close proximity of the Ruston Works site to the City Centre means that the accommodation freed up as a result of this relocation will provide opportunity for a wide range of alternative uses.

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County:
Lincolnshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Great Homer Street, Liverpool

Great Homer Street

The 45 acre, Great Homer Street site is located in North Liverpool, situated 1.5 miles north of the city centre. In partnership with Liverpool City Council, St. Modwen’s £150m regeneration project will transform one of the most deprived parts of North Liverpool. The scheme will be anchored by a Sainsbury’s store - the largest food store built in Liverpool to date at approximately 110,000 sq ft It will also comprise 80,000 sq ft of additional retail units, 80,000 sq ft of employment units, 480 new homes, and community facilities, including a new market and community health centre. The scheme will create a new hub of activity in North Liverpool and will act as a catalyst for the wider redevelopment of that part of the city, creating approximately 1,000 job opportunities. Outline planning consent has been obtained for the scheme and a public inquiry was held in July 2012, which led to confirmation of CPO powers in November 2012 required to acquire the balance of the site. Public consultation indicates 84% in favour of the scheme. Work is now commencing on a detailed planning application.

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Stonebridge, Liverpool

Stonebridge

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825950

 

 

Crosby Village, Liverpool

Crosby Village

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Meon Vale, Long Marston

Meon Vale

The Long Marston Estate is situated off the B4632, equidistant between Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. St. Modwen acquired the 478 acre former MoD site in 2004. Currently comprising over 44 miles of railway track and more than 1.4 million sq ft of industrial/warehouse buildings, which are 98 per cent let, providing employment for over 500 people. Long earmarked for redevelopment, since 2006 St. Modwen has been consulting with the public and working closely with Stratford on Avon District Council to identify a suitable development for the site. Outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the site into a mixed-use leisure-based scheme has been obtained for a leisure-led development that will also retain the employment space currently on site. Proposals include 150 self-catering lodges, 150 holiday homes, up to 500 houses, an outdoor activity centre, a caravan park, leisure hub, football and cricket pitches. Planning permission was granted in December 2012( to the joint application by St. Modwen and Persimmon Homes), for 284 houses, retail and community buildings and sports pitch and pavilion, with work is set to begin in spring 2013. St. Modwen will also create a mile-long extension to the Greenway pedestrian and cycle path that will be delivered up to 10 years earlier than originally planned. The extended path will join the existing Greenway that leads to Stratford-upon-Avon – enabling people to cycle or walk directly to and from the town.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Wythenshawe, Manchester

Wythenshawe

Wythenshawe, south of Manchester, is in close proximity to Junction 3 of the M56 some two miles from Manchester International Airport. The £100m scheme to regenerate the town centre is being delivered in partnership with Manchester City Council. It spans 15 acres and includes 450,000 sq ft of retail and office space. The now completed first phase includes 60,000 sq ft of new retail space, a new market and extensive public realm. A further 15,000 sq ft of shops and 8,000 sq ft of offices were added, all of which were fully occupied within six months of completion. In addition, the new Etrop Court development offers an additional 100,000 sq ft of office and retail space, anchored by Wilkinson’s with a 26,000 sq ft store, with new offices occupied by Manchester City Council and Seetec Business Technologies. Seven new market kiosks were also added and let to a variety of independent traders. A further 1,500 sq ft of retail space has been developed and all units have now been let. St. Modwen has received planning consent for a new 7,500 sq ft retail unit, to extend the existing Swan Walk Parade and refurbish and modernise exteriors of existing units. In conjunction with Manchester City Council, St. Modwen is currently establishing a new 10 year master plan to ensure the town centre complements the Airport City Enterprise Zone.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Prescot Business Park, Merseyside

Prescot Business Park

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

North of Audley Avenue, Newport

Audley Avenue

The site is south east of Newport town centre, in close proximity to the A518 and A41, leading to the M54 and M6 motorways and within easy reach of Stafford, Cannock, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton. Comprising 6.6 acres, it benefits from excellent existing leisure and community facilities, including infant, junior and secondary education. St. Modwen has agreed a joint venture with Telford & Wrekin Council and Haberdashers for joint promotion of adjoining land (totalling 37.1 acres), for residential and recreational use, in additiona to a new school. With outline planning approval for circa 215 high quality new homes, the development will also benefit from public open spaces, a children’s play area and improvements to local recreational facilities, including a newly refurbished pavilion at Shukers Field and extension to the allotments and existing car parking. To ease traffic flow in the area, a new primary access road to the site will be created, along with improvements to pedestrian and cycle routes.

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County:
Shropshire
Contact Name:
Nick Whittingham
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Bestwood Business Park, Nottingham

Bestwood Business Park

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County:
Nottinghamshire
Contact Name:
Gemma Butler
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Leicester Road, Rugby

Leicester Road

The Leicester Road site is located on the main A426, within two miles of the M6 motorway and in close proximity to Rugby Train Station. St. Modwen acquired the 82 acre site in 2001, with the aim of transforming it into a new urban, mixed use development. The majority of the site contained former industrial buildings, which have been demolished, with 400,000 sq ft being leased to Converteam, a supplier of electric power and propulsion packages. A new urban community is proposed on the 82 acres development site, comprising over 600 high quality homes, approximately 90,000 sq ft of B1 industrial space, built on five acres, 15 acres of public open spaces and landscaping, plus a new spine road (Technology Drive, opened in 2010), linking Mill Road and Leicester Road. Warwickshire College also opened its new 150,000 sq ft facility in 2010, which incorporated the £6.3 million Power Academy. In February 2013, St. Modwen Homes began construction of 87 new homes that will benefit from allocated parking and landscaping. As part of the first stage of housing development, nearly three acres of high quality public open space, local play areas, landscaping (including a wildlife area) and pedestrian and cycle links will also be delivered, along with a new family-led public house.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Holbrook Enterprise Park, Sheffield

Holbrook Enterprise Park

A new development of 18 industrial units fronting on to New Street within the Holbrook area of Sheffield. Holbrook Enterprise Park forms part of the established Holbrook Industrial Estate and is conveniently located close to Junction 31 of the M1, south of Sheffield City Centre. The estate has a range of current occupiers with 80% of units sold or let.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Skelmersdale Town Centre, Skelmersdale

Skelmersdale Town Centre

Skelmersdale is situated in West Lancashire, North East of Liverpool, in close proximity to Junction 4 of the M58. St. Modwen was selected as preferred developer to deliver this 100 acre, multi-million pound regeneration scheme designed to transform Skelmersdale Town Centre over a 15 year period, creating approximately 500 job opportunities. The £20m first phase of the proposed town centre redevelopment will deliver a five-screen cinema complex, a 50,000 sq ft food store with associated parking, new restaurants, shops, a petrol filling station, dramatically improved and extended public spaces and improved links within the Tawd Valley. The scheme is designed to create a new lively night-time economy in the town centre and act as a catalyst towards long-term change and further phases of investment. A comprehensive public consultation was completed in May 2012, which showed more than 80%of respondents in favour of the proposals. St. Modwen and its partners West Lancashire Borough Council, Homes and Communities Agency and Lancashire County Council, submitted a planning application which was granted consent in December 2012, subject to the signing of a unilateral undertaking agreement.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Castle Works, Stafford

Castle Works

The site is located in Stafford with access from Junction 13 of the M6 Motorway. Comprising 20 acres (only part of which is currently being proposed for development), the site includes approximately 200,000 sq ft of currently unused industrial buildings. Having gained planning consent in December 2012 for a residential led scheme (or circa 80-90 new homes), with public open space, St. Modwen will proceed with demolition activity in spring 2013.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Land West of Pye Green, Staffordshire

Land West of Pye Green

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Timmins
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees

Billingham

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County:
Durham
Contact Name:
Rob Richardson
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Trentham Shopping Village, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Shopping Village

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Herbert
Telephone:
01782 645 222

 

 

Trentham Estate & Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Estate & Gardens

The Trentham Estate has direct access off the A34 on the southern edge of Stoke-on-Trent, 2.5 miles via the A500 / A34 dual carriageways from Junction 15 of the M6.Covering 725 acres, the Estate is a major tourist and leisure destination, attracting over 3 million visitors per annum. Centred on the famous Trentham Gardens, which have undergone complete restoration, the £100m site includes a mile-long Lake, major Garden Centre, Shopping Village, Hotel and other Leisure attractions including Trentham Monkey Forest. Detailed planning permission has been secured for a 70,000 sq ft final phase of the Shopping Village and 70 Holiday Lodges, between the Monkey Forest and the Lake at the southern end of the estate.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Herbert
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Fenton 25 & Fenton Trade Park, Stoke-on-Trent

Fenton 25 & Fenton Trade Park

Located in the centre of Stoke-on-Trent with easy access to the A50 Stoke – Derby dual carriageway and Junction 15 of the M6, Fenton 25 is a development site for industrial and warehouse uses within an established industrial area. Part of the site has already been developed by St. Modwen for the Fenton Trade Park (a much larger site totalling 318 acres, the first phase of which has already been developed). Approximately 24 acres remain available for immediate development. This is a development by St. Modwen subsidiary, Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Limited, a joint venture company between St. Modwen Properties PLC and Stoke-on-Trent City Council, (shareholding 81%/19%), formed in 1993 to bring about brownfield land development in Stoke-on-Trent. The development is managed by St. Modwen’s regional development team. The remainder of the site will be developed to market demand.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Etruria Valley Business Park, Stoke-on-Trent

Etruria Valley Business Park

Located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent with direct access to the A53 and A500 urban expressway to Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6, Etruria Valley is part of Festival Park, the premier mixed use Business Park in North Staffordshire. Comprising major office and commercial development, retail park, leisure park (cinema, tenpin bowling, Waterworld) four star 150 bedroom Hotel, restaurants and housing. Covering over 300 acres, the latest phase of development has been undertaken in partnership with Tata Steel and joint venture company Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Ltd, with a predicted investment value of £185m. Approximately 60 acres of land remains available for development and is allocated for major employment use. Within this, outline planning consent was granted in November 2012 for the next phase of 15.6 acres, to provide up to another 270,000 sq ft of mixed use office, manufacturing and storage space on site.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Victoria Ground, Stoke-on-Trent

Victoria Ground

Located facing the A500, close to Stoke town centre, Victoria Park is the site of the former stadium and car parking areas of Stoke City Football Club. Covering some 15 acres, the first phase of development will deliver much needed executive family homes to the area and a planning application with Persimmon Homes, for 113 new homes, was submitted in December 2012. The project will also bring visual, environmental and economic improvements for the benefit of new and existing communities, including the creation of hundreds of new jobs during the construction process. The proposed plans will also include an acre of open space and children’s play area. Approximately 6.5 acres will remain for development, suitable for residential / appropriate main road uses.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay / Nick Whittingham
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Lakes

Located within the southern part of Stoke with frontage and direct access to the A50, Stoke – Derby dual carriageway very close to the junction with the A500 urban expressway connecting Stoke to Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, Trentham Lakes is a premier distribution, industrial, and mixed use business park in Stoke on Trent. Developed by St. Modwen, it is home of the Britannia Stadium, premiership Stoke City FC’s home ground, as well a hotel, restaurants, car showrooms, major distribution and manufacturing companies, residential development and a district shopping centre. The £235m site covers 400 acres with approximately 60 acres remaining for development with outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 opportunities, including an application by St. Modwen Homes to develop 300 new high quality homes.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Meaford Business Park, Stone

Meaford Business Park

Meaford Business Park is a new development site aimed at major logistics / distribution and industrial development. It is located just off the A34 dual carriageway, immediately north of Stone, Staffordshire, with direct access via the A34 to Junctions 14 and 15 of the M6, seven miles away. Covering 120 acres, of which 85 acres have planning permission for development, the site has outline planning permission for 1.2 million sq ft of predominantly warehouse and industrial uses including office spaces and can accommodate major facilities of up to c.600,000 sq ft in a single building. Planning approval has been obtained for principal infrastructure and new buildings will be developed to suit individual occupiers detailed requirements alongside the site infrastructure works.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Centurion Park, Tamworth

Centurion Park

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Land West of Uttoxeter, Uttoxeter

Land West of Uttoxeter

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Timmins / Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

The Quarter, Walsall

The Quarter

The site comprises circa 90,000 sq ft of retail and leisure development space in Walsall town centre. It forms part of an on-going regeneration project to improve the St Matthew’s Quarter area, which sits at the southern end of the high street. The area has already benefited from the development of a new Asda, 41 new apartments at Shannons View, and the £2.7 million development of the Goldmine youth training centre on Lower Hall Lane, which opened in August 2012. The centre features training rooms, a library, offices and multipurpose space for public performances and will be further boosted by the opening of Walsall Studio School in September 2013. Having recently obtained planning consent, the landmark scheme will boast an 11,930 sq ft leisure unit and include 11 shops on the ground and mezzanine floors, adjacent to the 1,000 space multi-storey car park. Interest in the development has already been encouraging with 10,600 sq ft of shop floor already under offer. Construction of the scheme is due to commence during 2014.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Trident Business Park, Warrington

Trident Business Park

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County:
Cheshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Livesey
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Goodyear, Wolverhampton

Goodyear

The original Goodyear manufacturing site is located on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton and accessed from Junction 10A of the M6 motorway. Since acquiring the 85 acre site, St. Modwen has secured outline planning permission to transform it into a new urban community that will include 37 acres of housing (in excess of 600 dwellings), alongside 21,000 sq ft of neighbourhood retail facilities on an adjoining 1.5 acre site. A further 17.5 acres will be utilised to create a neighbourhood park, whilst also securing hundreds of jobs at the remaining Goodyear tyre factory. Having remediated parts of the site, supermarket ALDI opened a 17,000 sq ft food store to anchor the neighbourhood retail facilities, which is now trading. In addition, St. Modwen, in joint venture partnership with Persimmon Homes. gained planning consent for the construction of the first 314 new one to four bedroom homes. Most recently, outline planning consent for the site was renewed for a further 10 years and the construction of a Greene King Hungry Horse pub was completed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd / Richard Hickman
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Shrub Hill Industrial Estate, Worcester

Shrub Hill Industrial Estate

The site is situated off Shrub Hill Road, adjacent to Worcester Shrub Hill train station and in close proximity to Shrub Hill Retail Park on the edge of Worcester city centre. The 10 acre managed estate comprises of industrial/warehouse units, as well as office suites and leisure space, ranging from smaller start-up space of 100 sq ft to larger accommodation of 26,000 sq ft with consistently high occupancy rates.

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Nunnery Park, Worcester

Nunnery Park

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Great Western Business Park, Worcester

Great Western Business Park

Great Western Business Park located just three miles from Junctions 6 & 7 of the M5 motorway in Worcestershire, within easy reach of Worcester Shrub Hill train station and the city centre. The 23 acre, employment-led development is split into two phases, with the first phase (fully occupied with a range of companies), comprising 7.26 acres of employment-led accommodation totalling 125,000 sq ft of space,consisting of B1 office, research and development and light industrial units, B2 general industrial and B8 storage and distribution accommodation. Phase two comprises 7 acres of employment land for design and build, with space for accommodation up to 125,000 sq ft with all infrastructure and services in place. The site is a fully gated managed estate with 24 hr CCTV monitoring.

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Industrial (21)

Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Branston, Burton upon Trent

Branston

The Branston site is located south of Burton on Trent, off the A38 and is bounded to the north by Main Street and residential properties, to the east the River Trent and A38 to the west. Formerly used for gravel extraction, the 280 acre site has the potential to accommodate up to circa 660 new homes and 770,000 sq ft of employment space, including manufacturing, storage and distribution units, which will generate up to 1,500 new jobs. Over 170 acres (equivalent to 60 per cent of the site) will be retained for open space and recreation, while enhancing and extending the existing public footpaths and links to the Trent Valley Way. A planning application is in process with East Staffordshire Borough Council that includes an extension and improvements to Rykneld Primary School and local roads, additional public parking and enhanced public realm, a local centre providing community facilities and environmental benefits to reduce flood risk to existing houses and the A38

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

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Watling Street Business Park, Cannock

Watling Street Business Park

The site is prominently situated on the A5 mid-way between Brownhills and Cannock and is in close proximity to the A38, A34 and M54, M6, M6 Toll motorways. Refurbished by St. Modwen in 2005, Watling Street Business Park comprises 95,000 sq ft of B1, B2 and B8 industrial, warehousing and open storage accommodation with units ranging from 2,121 sq ft up to 36,000 sq ft. The site provides occupiers with a secure and managed environment on flexible and competitive terms, for lease or sale, along with design and build opportunities.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Derby Triangle, Chaddesden

Chaddesdon Triangle

The site lies to the east of Derby city centre adjacent to Pride Park, fronting the River Derwent and is just one mile from the nearest train station, half a mile from the A52, and three miles from the M1. In 2012, after a competitive tender process, St. Modwen was selected by Network Rail as its preferred partner to bring forward the redevelopment of the 70 acre brownfield site. Situated within an established commercial, retail and employment area, the site is expected to be developed for a range of commercial uses including offices, industrial, warehousing and supporting uses such as restaurants, pub and car showroom. It has the potential to create hundreds of jobs both during construction and once complete. A masterplan application is due to be submitted by the end of 2013.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Whitley Business Park, Coventry

Whitley Business Park

Whitley Business Park is situated at the junction of the A45/A46 interchange in Coventry. A 93 acre site which will eventually comprise 1.1 million sq ft of office and industrial accommodation providing a landmark mixed-use business park for Coventry, set to create up to 2,000 new jobs. St. Modwen will create the scheme to provide a leading business environment through speculative development as well as bespoke buildings to meet occupier’s specific requirements. The development is split into three phases: Lakeside - now completed. Comprising 44,000 sq ft of Grade A office buildings split into six units in a waterside setting Woodside - A future phase providing industrial accommodation with planning for B1, B2 and B8 uses and units can be provided up to 250,000 sq ft (22,500 sq m); Riverside - Providing further office accommodation, details of which are to be confirmed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Faverdale 58, Darlington

Faverdale 58

A 60 acre industrial, warehousing and distribution development occupying a strategic location adjacent to the A1(M), Faverdale 58 is set in an established warehousing and distribution area with companies such as Argos and Aldi occupying space. The site offers design and build opportunities for major distribution and warehousing up to 1.1 million sq ft with planning permission for B1, B2, B8 space and occupiers will benefit from an effective long-term management strategy including repairs, maintenance, cleaning, landscaping, security, utilities and services to the extensive landscaped setting. Faverdale 58 has the potential to provide a rail freight connection linked to industrial, warehouse and/or container handling facilities in close proximity to numerous ports, including Teesport.

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County:
Durham
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Parkside Business Park, Doncaster

Parkside Business Park

A 27 acre strategic development site; one of the largest storage and warehouse complexes in South Yorkshire, situated close to Doncaster Town Centre. Parkside is fast becoming the new destination for Doncaster businesses looking for affordable safe, secure and flexible storage within both good quality covered space and safe and secure open compound. Historically, the site comprised 600,000 sq ft of existing buildings including a 240,000 sq ft warehouse and a 360,000 sq ft production building. The latter of which has been demolished to make way for open storage compounds, whilst the 240,000 sq ft warehouse has been let. Future plans include continuing the site’s transformation into secure, flexible storage solutions targeted at both national and local businesses.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Robert Richardson
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Crompton Retail Park, Doncaster

Wheatley Hall Road

A 13 acre roadside development, formerly occupied by Tyco and which is being developed in a way that will enable an existing adjacent occupier, Cooper Lighting to expand at the site thus helping to secure the longer term viability of the company in Doncaster. The project will also help retain hundreds of jobs and bring much-needed sport and recreational facilities to the area via the creation of ‘Goals Soccer Centre’, a public house, together with a range of retail and other road side uses. Planning permission was granted for a mixed-use redevelopment of the eight-acre site in December 2011 and initial site preparation and infrastructure development began in July 2012 with planning consent granted in November 2012 to deliver a 40,000 sq ft retail store for Dunelm Mill.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Tyburn Trading Estate, Erdington, Birmingham

Tyburn Trading Estate

The four acre site is located in Erdington, to the north east of Birmingham city centre and benefits from good access to the A38 and A47, in close proximity to Junctions 5 and 6 of the M6 motorway. Adjacent to Jaguar Castle Bromwich and close to other major occupiers, including Dunlop, IForce and TDG, the scheme comprises 17 units for B1, B2 and B8 industrial and warehouse use. Units range in size from 3,500 sq ft to 17,000 sq ft. St. Modwen took the decision to create two smaller business units by splitting the space in Unit O in line with market demand. One of these units has been let leaving a unit of 6,691 sq ft. The Estate offers flexible, competitive space, which has helped to maintain a high level of occupancy.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Network 46, Lincoln

Network 46

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County:
Lincolnshire
Contact Name:
Rob Richardson
Telephone:
0113 2727070

 

 

Ruston Works, Lincoln

Ruston Works

A 23 acre employment site with 735,000 sq ft of industrial/warehouse and office space currently leased to Siemens PLC. The complex initially housed both the manufacturing and servicing functions employing 1,500 people. In 2012, St. Modwen, working closely with Siemens PLC to assist with their rationalisation/restructuring programme, completed a design and build construction project to deliver a new state of the art office and service facility, comprising 50,000 sq ft of BREEAM office accommodation and 85,000 sq ft of service facility. This enabled Siemens to consolidate its Lincoln-based gas turbine service business, previously situated at four different sites in the City (including Ruston Works), into one new high quality facility at Teal Park, thus ensuring that this long established business remains within Lincoln. The close proximity of the Ruston Works site to the City Centre means that the accommodation freed up as a result of this relocation will provide opportunity for a wide range of alternative uses.

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County:
Lincolnshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Stonebridge, Liverpool

Stonebridge

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825950

 

 

Meon Vale, Long Marston

Meon Vale

The Long Marston Estate is situated off the B4632, equidistant between Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. St. Modwen acquired the 478 acre former MoD site in 2004. Currently comprising over 44 miles of railway track and more than 1.4 million sq ft of industrial/warehouse buildings, which are 98 per cent let, providing employment for over 500 people. Long earmarked for redevelopment, since 2006 St. Modwen has been consulting with the public and working closely with Stratford on Avon District Council to identify a suitable development for the site. Outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the site into a mixed-use leisure-based scheme has been obtained for a leisure-led development that will also retain the employment space currently on site. Proposals include 150 self-catering lodges, 150 holiday homes, up to 500 houses, an outdoor activity centre, a caravan park, leisure hub, football and cricket pitches. Planning permission was granted in December 2012( to the joint application by St. Modwen and Persimmon Homes), for 284 houses, retail and community buildings and sports pitch and pavilion, with work is set to begin in spring 2013. St. Modwen will also create a mile-long extension to the Greenway pedestrian and cycle path that will be delivered up to 10 years earlier than originally planned. The extended path will join the existing Greenway that leads to Stratford-upon-Avon – enabling people to cycle or walk directly to and from the town.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Prescot Business Park, Merseyside

Prescot Business Park

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Leicester Road, Rugby

Leicester Road

The Leicester Road site is located on the main A426, within two miles of the M6 motorway and in close proximity to Rugby Train Station. St. Modwen acquired the 82 acre site in 2001, with the aim of transforming it into a new urban, mixed use development. The majority of the site contained former industrial buildings, which have been demolished, with 400,000 sq ft being leased to Converteam, a supplier of electric power and propulsion packages. A new urban community is proposed on the 82 acres development site, comprising over 600 high quality homes, approximately 90,000 sq ft of B1 industrial space, built on five acres, 15 acres of public open spaces and landscaping, plus a new spine road (Technology Drive, opened in 2010), linking Mill Road and Leicester Road. Warwickshire College also opened its new 150,000 sq ft facility in 2010, which incorporated the £6.3 million Power Academy. In February 2013, St. Modwen Homes began construction of 87 new homes that will benefit from allocated parking and landscaping. As part of the first stage of housing development, nearly three acres of high quality public open space, local play areas, landscaping (including a wildlife area) and pedestrian and cycle links will also be delivered, along with a new family-led public house.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Holbrook Enterprise Park, Sheffield

Holbrook Enterprise Park

A new development of 18 industrial units fronting on to New Street within the Holbrook area of Sheffield. Holbrook Enterprise Park forms part of the established Holbrook Industrial Estate and is conveniently located close to Junction 31 of the M1, south of Sheffield City Centre. The estate has a range of current occupiers with 80% of units sold or let.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Lakes

Located within the southern part of Stoke with frontage and direct access to the A50, Stoke – Derby dual carriageway very close to the junction with the A500 urban expressway connecting Stoke to Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, Trentham Lakes is a premier distribution, industrial, and mixed use business park in Stoke on Trent. Developed by St. Modwen, it is home of the Britannia Stadium, premiership Stoke City FC’s home ground, as well a hotel, restaurants, car showrooms, major distribution and manufacturing companies, residential development and a district shopping centre. The £235m site covers 400 acres with approximately 60 acres remaining for development with outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 opportunities, including an application by St. Modwen Homes to develop 300 new high quality homes.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Fenton 25 & Fenton Trade Park, Stoke-on-Trent

Fenton 25 & Fenton Trade Park

Located in the centre of Stoke-on-Trent with easy access to the A50 Stoke – Derby dual carriageway and Junction 15 of the M6, Fenton 25 is a development site for industrial and warehouse uses within an established industrial area. Part of the site has already been developed by St. Modwen for the Fenton Trade Park (a much larger site totalling 318 acres, the first phase of which has already been developed). Approximately 24 acres remain available for immediate development. This is a development by St. Modwen subsidiary, Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Limited, a joint venture company between St. Modwen Properties PLC and Stoke-on-Trent City Council, (shareholding 81%/19%), formed in 1993 to bring about brownfield land development in Stoke-on-Trent. The development is managed by St. Modwen’s regional development team. The remainder of the site will be developed to market demand.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Trident Business Park, Warrington

Trident Business Park

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County:
Cheshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Livesey
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Goodyear, Wolverhampton

Goodyear

The original Goodyear manufacturing site is located on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton and accessed from Junction 10A of the M6 motorway. Since acquiring the 85 acre site, St. Modwen has secured outline planning permission to transform it into a new urban community that will include 37 acres of housing (in excess of 600 dwellings), alongside 21,000 sq ft of neighbourhood retail facilities on an adjoining 1.5 acre site. A further 17.5 acres will be utilised to create a neighbourhood park, whilst also securing hundreds of jobs at the remaining Goodyear tyre factory. Having remediated parts of the site, supermarket ALDI opened a 17,000 sq ft food store to anchor the neighbourhood retail facilities, which is now trading. In addition, St. Modwen, in joint venture partnership with Persimmon Homes. gained planning consent for the construction of the first 314 new one to four bedroom homes. Most recently, outline planning consent for the site was renewed for a further 10 years and the construction of a Greene King Hungry Horse pub was completed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd / Richard Hickman
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Shrub Hill Industrial Estate, Worcester

Shrub Hill Industrial Estate

The site is situated off Shrub Hill Road, adjacent to Worcester Shrub Hill train station and in close proximity to Shrub Hill Retail Park on the edge of Worcester city centre. The 10 acre managed estate comprises of industrial/warehouse units, as well as office suites and leisure space, ranging from smaller start-up space of 100 sq ft to larger accommodation of 26,000 sq ft with consistently high occupancy rates.

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Leisure (5)

Crompton Retail Park, Doncaster

Wheatley Hall Road

A 13 acre roadside development, formerly occupied by Tyco and which is being developed in a way that will enable an existing adjacent occupier, Cooper Lighting to expand at the site thus helping to secure the longer term viability of the company in Doncaster. The project will also help retain hundreds of jobs and bring much-needed sport and recreational facilities to the area via the creation of ‘Goals Soccer Centre’, a public house, together with a range of retail and other road side uses. Planning permission was granted for a mixed-use redevelopment of the eight-acre site in December 2011 and initial site preparation and infrastructure development began in July 2012 with planning consent granted in November 2012 to deliver a 40,000 sq ft retail store for Dunelm Mill.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Meon Vale, Long Marston

Meon Vale

The Long Marston Estate is situated off the B4632, equidistant between Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. St. Modwen acquired the 478 acre former MoD site in 2004. Currently comprising over 44 miles of railway track and more than 1.4 million sq ft of industrial/warehouse buildings, which are 98 per cent let, providing employment for over 500 people. Long earmarked for redevelopment, since 2006 St. Modwen has been consulting with the public and working closely with Stratford on Avon District Council to identify a suitable development for the site. Outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the site into a mixed-use leisure-based scheme has been obtained for a leisure-led development that will also retain the employment space currently on site. Proposals include 150 self-catering lodges, 150 holiday homes, up to 500 houses, an outdoor activity centre, a caravan park, leisure hub, football and cricket pitches. Planning permission was granted in December 2012( to the joint application by St. Modwen and Persimmon Homes), for 284 houses, retail and community buildings and sports pitch and pavilion, with work is set to begin in spring 2013. St. Modwen will also create a mile-long extension to the Greenway pedestrian and cycle path that will be delivered up to 10 years earlier than originally planned. The extended path will join the existing Greenway that leads to Stratford-upon-Avon – enabling people to cycle or walk directly to and from the town.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

North of Audley Avenue, Newport

Audley Avenue

The site is south east of Newport town centre, in close proximity to the A518 and A41, leading to the M54 and M6 motorways and within easy reach of Stafford, Cannock, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton. Comprising 6.6 acres, it benefits from excellent existing leisure and community facilities, including infant, junior and secondary education. St. Modwen has agreed a joint venture with Telford & Wrekin Council and Haberdashers for joint promotion of adjoining land (totalling 37.1 acres), for residential and recreational use, in additiona to a new school. With outline planning approval for circa 215 high quality new homes, the development will also benefit from public open spaces, a children’s play area and improvements to local recreational facilities, including a newly refurbished pavilion at Shukers Field and extension to the allotments and existing car parking. To ease traffic flow in the area, a new primary access road to the site will be created, along with improvements to pedestrian and cycle routes.

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County:
Shropshire
Contact Name:
Nick Whittingham
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Trentham Shopping Village, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Shopping Village

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Herbert
Telephone:
01782 645 222

 

 

Trentham Estate & Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Estate & Gardens

The Trentham Estate has direct access off the A34 on the southern edge of Stoke-on-Trent, 2.5 miles via the A500 / A34 dual carriageways from Junction 15 of the M6.Covering 725 acres, the Estate is a major tourist and leisure destination, attracting over 3 million visitors per annum. Centred on the famous Trentham Gardens, which have undergone complete restoration, the £100m site includes a mile-long Lake, major Garden Centre, Shopping Village, Hotel and other Leisure attractions including Trentham Monkey Forest. Detailed planning permission has been secured for a 70,000 sq ft final phase of the Shopping Village and 70 Holiday Lodges, between the Monkey Forest and the Lake at the southern end of the estate.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Herbert
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Mixed Use/New Community (14)

Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Branston, Burton upon Trent

Branston

The Branston site is located south of Burton on Trent, off the A38 and is bounded to the north by Main Street and residential properties, to the east the River Trent and A38 to the west. Formerly used for gravel extraction, the 280 acre site has the potential to accommodate up to circa 660 new homes and 770,000 sq ft of employment space, including manufacturing, storage and distribution units, which will generate up to 1,500 new jobs. Over 170 acres (equivalent to 60 per cent of the site) will be retained for open space and recreation, while enhancing and extending the existing public footpaths and links to the Trent Valley Way. A planning application is in process with East Staffordshire Borough Council that includes an extension and improvements to Rykneld Primary School and local roads, additional public parking and enhanced public realm, a local centre providing community facilities and environmental benefits to reduce flood risk to existing houses and the A38

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

www.burtongateway.co.uk

Albion Gateway, Burton Upon Trent

Albion Gateway

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Egstow Park, Clay Cross, Chesterfield

Egstow Park

Following previous site owners entering administration, St. Modwen acquired this site in June 2013. The site, which comprises three areas (the former Biwater Pipeworks, land off Derby Road and a former tip), already benefits from outline planning consent for the creation of a high quality mixed-use regional regeneration scheme. North East Derbyshire District Council is committed to securing the long-term regeneration of the site.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Crompton Retail Park, Doncaster

Wheatley Hall Road

A 13 acre roadside development, formerly occupied by Tyco and which is being developed in a way that will enable an existing adjacent occupier, Cooper Lighting to expand at the site thus helping to secure the longer term viability of the company in Doncaster. The project will also help retain hundreds of jobs and bring much-needed sport and recreational facilities to the area via the creation of ‘Goals Soccer Centre’, a public house, together with a range of retail and other road side uses. Planning permission was granted for a mixed-use redevelopment of the eight-acre site in December 2011 and initial site preparation and infrastructure development began in July 2012 with planning consent granted in November 2012 to deliver a 40,000 sq ft retail store for Dunelm Mill.

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Burnley, Lancashire

Burnley

The seven acre site is located adjacent to the Leeds / Liverpool canal network. St. Modwen acquired the two former 19th Century textile mills - Healey Royd and Finsley Gate – formerly occupied by footwear manufacturer Lambert Howarth. The proposed £20m scheme will ensure the new development delivers new, modern accommodation, featuring over 160 homes, as well as providing new retail units, leisure facilities and office space, creating up to 300 jobs. The development received outline planning permission and conservation area consent in May 2011, after St. Modwen worked closely with Burnley Borough Council, the Prince’s Regeneration Trust and English Heritage. The first phase, including site clearance work and planned demolition of Healy Royd Mill, was completed in March 2012 and St. Modwen is working with the local authority in the discharge of planning conditions to ensure the proposals can come forward.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Great Homer Street, Liverpool

Great Homer Street

The 45 acre, Great Homer Street site is located in North Liverpool, situated 1.5 miles north of the city centre. In partnership with Liverpool City Council, St. Modwen’s £150m regeneration project will transform one of the most deprived parts of North Liverpool. The scheme will be anchored by a Sainsbury’s store - the largest food store built in Liverpool to date at approximately 110,000 sq ft It will also comprise 80,000 sq ft of additional retail units, 80,000 sq ft of employment units, 480 new homes, and community facilities, including a new market and community health centre. The scheme will create a new hub of activity in North Liverpool and will act as a catalyst for the wider redevelopment of that part of the city, creating approximately 1,000 job opportunities. Outline planning consent has been obtained for the scheme and a public inquiry was held in July 2012, which led to confirmation of CPO powers in November 2012 required to acquire the balance of the site. Public consultation indicates 84% in favour of the scheme. Work is now commencing on a detailed planning application.

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Leicester Road, Rugby

Leicester Road

The Leicester Road site is located on the main A426, within two miles of the M6 motorway and in close proximity to Rugby Train Station. St. Modwen acquired the 82 acre site in 2001, with the aim of transforming it into a new urban, mixed use development. The majority of the site contained former industrial buildings, which have been demolished, with 400,000 sq ft being leased to Converteam, a supplier of electric power and propulsion packages. A new urban community is proposed on the 82 acres development site, comprising over 600 high quality homes, approximately 90,000 sq ft of B1 industrial space, built on five acres, 15 acres of public open spaces and landscaping, plus a new spine road (Technology Drive, opened in 2010), linking Mill Road and Leicester Road. Warwickshire College also opened its new 150,000 sq ft facility in 2010, which incorporated the £6.3 million Power Academy. In February 2013, St. Modwen Homes began construction of 87 new homes that will benefit from allocated parking and landscaping. As part of the first stage of housing development, nearly three acres of high quality public open space, local play areas, landscaping (including a wildlife area) and pedestrian and cycle links will also be delivered, along with a new family-led public house.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Lakes

Located within the southern part of Stoke with frontage and direct access to the A50, Stoke – Derby dual carriageway very close to the junction with the A500 urban expressway connecting Stoke to Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, Trentham Lakes is a premier distribution, industrial, and mixed use business park in Stoke on Trent. Developed by St. Modwen, it is home of the Britannia Stadium, premiership Stoke City FC’s home ground, as well a hotel, restaurants, car showrooms, major distribution and manufacturing companies, residential development and a district shopping centre. The £235m site covers 400 acres with approximately 60 acres remaining for development with outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 opportunities, including an application by St. Modwen Homes to develop 300 new high quality homes.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Etruria Valley Business Park, Stoke-on-Trent

Etruria Valley Business Park

Located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent with direct access to the A53 and A500 urban expressway to Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6, Etruria Valley is part of Festival Park, the premier mixed use Business Park in North Staffordshire. Comprising major office and commercial development, retail park, leisure park (cinema, tenpin bowling, Waterworld) four star 150 bedroom Hotel, restaurants and housing. Covering over 300 acres, the latest phase of development has been undertaken in partnership with Tata Steel and joint venture company Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Ltd, with a predicted investment value of £185m. Approximately 60 acres of land remains available for development and is allocated for major employment use. Within this, outline planning consent was granted in November 2012 for the next phase of 15.6 acres, to provide up to another 270,000 sq ft of mixed use office, manufacturing and storage space on site.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Centurion Park, Tamworth

Centurion Park

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Land West of Uttoxeter, Uttoxeter

Land West of Uttoxeter

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Timmins / Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Goodyear, Wolverhampton

Goodyear

The original Goodyear manufacturing site is located on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton and accessed from Junction 10A of the M6 motorway. Since acquiring the 85 acre site, St. Modwen has secured outline planning permission to transform it into a new urban community that will include 37 acres of housing (in excess of 600 dwellings), alongside 21,000 sq ft of neighbourhood retail facilities on an adjoining 1.5 acre site. A further 17.5 acres will be utilised to create a neighbourhood park, whilst also securing hundreds of jobs at the remaining Goodyear tyre factory. Having remediated parts of the site, supermarket ALDI opened a 17,000 sq ft food store to anchor the neighbourhood retail facilities, which is now trading. In addition, St. Modwen, in joint venture partnership with Persimmon Homes. gained planning consent for the construction of the first 314 new one to four bedroom homes. Most recently, outline planning consent for the site was renewed for a further 10 years and the construction of a Greene King Hungry Horse pub was completed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd / Richard Hickman
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Nunnery Park, Worcester

Nunnery Park

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Residential (12)

Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Branston, Burton upon Trent

Branston

The Branston site is located south of Burton on Trent, off the A38 and is bounded to the north by Main Street and residential properties, to the east the River Trent and A38 to the west. Formerly used for gravel extraction, the 280 acre site has the potential to accommodate up to circa 660 new homes and 770,000 sq ft of employment space, including manufacturing, storage and distribution units, which will generate up to 1,500 new jobs. Over 170 acres (equivalent to 60 per cent of the site) will be retained for open space and recreation, while enhancing and extending the existing public footpaths and links to the Trent Valley Way. A planning application is in process with East Staffordshire Borough Council that includes an extension and improvements to Rykneld Primary School and local roads, additional public parking and enhanced public realm, a local centre providing community facilities and environmental benefits to reduce flood risk to existing houses and the A38

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

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Burnley, Lancashire

Burnley

The seven acre site is located adjacent to the Leeds / Liverpool canal network. St. Modwen acquired the two former 19th Century textile mills - Healey Royd and Finsley Gate – formerly occupied by footwear manufacturer Lambert Howarth. The proposed £20m scheme will ensure the new development delivers new, modern accommodation, featuring over 160 homes, as well as providing new retail units, leisure facilities and office space, creating up to 300 jobs. The development received outline planning permission and conservation area consent in May 2011, after St. Modwen worked closely with Burnley Borough Council, the Prince’s Regeneration Trust and English Heritage. The first phase, including site clearance work and planned demolition of Healy Royd Mill, was completed in March 2012 and St. Modwen is working with the local authority in the discharge of planning conditions to ensure the proposals can come forward.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Meon Vale, Long Marston

Meon Vale

The Long Marston Estate is situated off the B4632, equidistant between Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire and Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. St. Modwen acquired the 478 acre former MoD site in 2004. Currently comprising over 44 miles of railway track and more than 1.4 million sq ft of industrial/warehouse buildings, which are 98 per cent let, providing employment for over 500 people. Long earmarked for redevelopment, since 2006 St. Modwen has been consulting with the public and working closely with Stratford on Avon District Council to identify a suitable development for the site. Outline planning permission for the redevelopment of the site into a mixed-use leisure-based scheme has been obtained for a leisure-led development that will also retain the employment space currently on site. Proposals include 150 self-catering lodges, 150 holiday homes, up to 500 houses, an outdoor activity centre, a caravan park, leisure hub, football and cricket pitches. Planning permission was granted in December 2012( to the joint application by St. Modwen and Persimmon Homes), for 284 houses, retail and community buildings and sports pitch and pavilion, with work is set to begin in spring 2013. St. Modwen will also create a mile-long extension to the Greenway pedestrian and cycle path that will be delivered up to 10 years earlier than originally planned. The extended path will join the existing Greenway that leads to Stratford-upon-Avon – enabling people to cycle or walk directly to and from the town.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

North of Audley Avenue, Newport

Audley Avenue

The site is south east of Newport town centre, in close proximity to the A518 and A41, leading to the M54 and M6 motorways and within easy reach of Stafford, Cannock, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton. Comprising 6.6 acres, it benefits from excellent existing leisure and community facilities, including infant, junior and secondary education. St. Modwen has agreed a joint venture with Telford & Wrekin Council and Haberdashers for joint promotion of adjoining land (totalling 37.1 acres), for residential and recreational use, in additiona to a new school. With outline planning approval for circa 215 high quality new homes, the development will also benefit from public open spaces, a children’s play area and improvements to local recreational facilities, including a newly refurbished pavilion at Shukers Field and extension to the allotments and existing car parking. To ease traffic flow in the area, a new primary access road to the site will be created, along with improvements to pedestrian and cycle routes.

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County:
Shropshire
Contact Name:
Nick Whittingham
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Leicester Road, Rugby

Leicester Road

The Leicester Road site is located on the main A426, within two miles of the M6 motorway and in close proximity to Rugby Train Station. St. Modwen acquired the 82 acre site in 2001, with the aim of transforming it into a new urban, mixed use development. The majority of the site contained former industrial buildings, which have been demolished, with 400,000 sq ft being leased to Converteam, a supplier of electric power and propulsion packages. A new urban community is proposed on the 82 acres development site, comprising over 600 high quality homes, approximately 90,000 sq ft of B1 industrial space, built on five acres, 15 acres of public open spaces and landscaping, plus a new spine road (Technology Drive, opened in 2010), linking Mill Road and Leicester Road. Warwickshire College also opened its new 150,000 sq ft facility in 2010, which incorporated the £6.3 million Power Academy. In February 2013, St. Modwen Homes began construction of 87 new homes that will benefit from allocated parking and landscaping. As part of the first stage of housing development, nearly three acres of high quality public open space, local play areas, landscaping (including a wildlife area) and pedestrian and cycle links will also be delivered, along with a new family-led public house.

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County:
Warwickshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Castle Works, Stafford

Castle Works

The site is located in Stafford with access from Junction 13 of the M6 Motorway. Comprising 20 acres (only part of which is currently being proposed for development), the site includes approximately 200,000 sq ft of currently unused industrial buildings. Having gained planning consent in December 2012 for a residential led scheme (or circa 80-90 new homes), with public open space, St. Modwen will proceed with demolition activity in spring 2013.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Land West of Pye Green, Staffordshire

Land West of Pye Green

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Timmins
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Victoria Ground, Stoke-on-Trent

Victoria Ground

Located facing the A500, close to Stoke town centre, Victoria Park is the site of the former stadium and car parking areas of Stoke City Football Club. Covering some 15 acres, the first phase of development will deliver much needed executive family homes to the area and a planning application with Persimmon Homes, for 113 new homes, was submitted in December 2012. The project will also bring visual, environmental and economic improvements for the benefit of new and existing communities, including the creation of hundreds of new jobs during the construction process. The proposed plans will also include an acre of open space and children’s play area. Approximately 6.5 acres will remain for development, suitable for residential / appropriate main road uses.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay / Nick Whittingham
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Lakes

Located within the southern part of Stoke with frontage and direct access to the A50, Stoke – Derby dual carriageway very close to the junction with the A500 urban expressway connecting Stoke to Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, Trentham Lakes is a premier distribution, industrial, and mixed use business park in Stoke on Trent. Developed by St. Modwen, it is home of the Britannia Stadium, premiership Stoke City FC’s home ground, as well a hotel, restaurants, car showrooms, major distribution and manufacturing companies, residential development and a district shopping centre. The £235m site covers 400 acres with approximately 60 acres remaining for development with outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 opportunities, including an application by St. Modwen Homes to develop 300 new high quality homes.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Goodyear, Wolverhampton

Goodyear

The original Goodyear manufacturing site is located on Stafford Road, Wolverhampton and accessed from Junction 10A of the M6 motorway. Since acquiring the 85 acre site, St. Modwen has secured outline planning permission to transform it into a new urban community that will include 37 acres of housing (in excess of 600 dwellings), alongside 21,000 sq ft of neighbourhood retail facilities on an adjoining 1.5 acre site. A further 17.5 acres will be utilised to create a neighbourhood park, whilst also securing hundreds of jobs at the remaining Goodyear tyre factory. Having remediated parts of the site, supermarket ALDI opened a 17,000 sq ft food store to anchor the neighbourhood retail facilities, which is now trading. In addition, St. Modwen, in joint venture partnership with Persimmon Homes. gained planning consent for the construction of the first 314 new one to four bedroom homes. Most recently, outline planning consent for the site was renewed for a further 10 years and the construction of a Greene King Hungry Horse pub was completed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd / Richard Hickman
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Nunnery Park, Worcester

Nunnery Park

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Business Parks (12)

Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Evolution Park, Blackburn

Evolution Park

Evolution Park, Blackburn, is a 14 acre Business Park situated close to Junction 5 of the M65, offering a dynamic new business environment to serve Blackburn and the surrounding areas. It is primarily aimed at start-up and growing enterprises within the medical, science and knowledge sectors. The Innovation Centre provides 44,000 sq ft of high quality office accommodation, providing tailored office space solutions that range in size upwards from 90 sq ft Developed in partnership with Darwen Borough Council with a 10 year development programme, the first phase includes a 44,000 sq ft Innovation Centre and an 18,000 sq ft ‘grow-on’ office building called Fusion House, converted to flexible state-of-the-art office space, which is now fully occupied. St. Modwen is currently progressing proposals to develop an additional 8 acres, where buildings will be provided, tailored to occupiers’ needs.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Watling Street Business Park, Cannock

Watling Street Business Park

The site is prominently situated on the A5 mid-way between Brownhills and Cannock and is in close proximity to the A38, A34 and M54, M6, M6 Toll motorways. Refurbished by St. Modwen in 2005, Watling Street Business Park comprises 95,000 sq ft of B1, B2 and B8 industrial, warehousing and open storage accommodation with units ranging from 2,121 sq ft up to 36,000 sq ft. The site provides occupiers with a secure and managed environment on flexible and competitive terms, for lease or sale, along with design and build opportunities.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Derby Triangle, Chaddesden

Chaddesdon Triangle

The site lies to the east of Derby city centre adjacent to Pride Park, fronting the River Derwent and is just one mile from the nearest train station, half a mile from the A52, and three miles from the M1. In 2012, after a competitive tender process, St. Modwen was selected by Network Rail as its preferred partner to bring forward the redevelopment of the 70 acre brownfield site. Situated within an established commercial, retail and employment area, the site is expected to be developed for a range of commercial uses including offices, industrial, warehousing and supporting uses such as restaurants, pub and car showroom. It has the potential to create hundreds of jobs both during construction and once complete. A masterplan application is due to be submitted by the end of 2013.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Peter Rudd
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Whitley Business Park, Coventry

Whitley Business Park

Whitley Business Park is situated at the junction of the A45/A46 interchange in Coventry. A 93 acre site which will eventually comprise 1.1 million sq ft of office and industrial accommodation providing a landmark mixed-use business park for Coventry, set to create up to 2,000 new jobs. St. Modwen will create the scheme to provide a leading business environment through speculative development as well as bespoke buildings to meet occupier’s specific requirements. The development is split into three phases: Lakeside - now completed. Comprising 44,000 sq ft of Grade A office buildings split into six units in a waterside setting Woodside - A future phase providing industrial accommodation with planning for B1, B2 and B8 uses and units can be provided up to 250,000 sq ft (22,500 sq m); Riverside - Providing further office accommodation, details of which are to be confirmed.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Hilton Business Park, Hilton

Hilton Business Park

Located directly off the A50 and with excellent links to the M1 and M6 motorways, Hilton Business Park offers easy access to East Midlands Airport and to the cities of Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, Stoke on Trent and Birmingham. The site, formerly an MOD base, comprises 100 acres of industrial land, with 500,000 sq ft of existing warehousing space with units ranging from 6,000 sq ft to 100,000 sq ft along with areas of open storage. Development of the site has seen the creation of a new 70,000 sq ft purpose built factory and the construction of an additional 49,250 sq ft of speculative industrial units. The Park, managed within a secure landscaped environment, also offers prospective tenants design and build opportunities to meet occupiers’ specifications, including land for expansion. Buildings up to 450,000 sq ft can also be accommodated.

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County:
Derbyshire
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Bestwood Business Park, Nottingham

Bestwood Business Park

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County:
Nottinghamshire
Contact Name:
Gemma Butler
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Trentham Lakes, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Lakes

Located within the southern part of Stoke with frontage and direct access to the A50, Stoke – Derby dual carriageway very close to the junction with the A500 urban expressway connecting Stoke to Junctions 15 and 16 on the M6, Trentham Lakes is a premier distribution, industrial, and mixed use business park in Stoke on Trent. Developed by St. Modwen, it is home of the Britannia Stadium, premiership Stoke City FC’s home ground, as well a hotel, restaurants, car showrooms, major distribution and manufacturing companies, residential development and a district shopping centre. The £235m site covers 400 acres with approximately 60 acres remaining for development with outline planning permission for B1, B2 and B8 opportunities, including an application by St. Modwen Homes to develop 300 new high quality homes.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Etruria Valley Business Park, Stoke-on-Trent

Etruria Valley Business Park

Located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent with direct access to the A53 and A500 urban expressway to Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6, Etruria Valley is part of Festival Park, the premier mixed use Business Park in North Staffordshire. Comprising major office and commercial development, retail park, leisure park (cinema, tenpin bowling, Waterworld) four star 150 bedroom Hotel, restaurants and housing. Covering over 300 acres, the latest phase of development has been undertaken in partnership with Tata Steel and joint venture company Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Ltd, with a predicted investment value of £185m. Approximately 60 acres of land remains available for development and is allocated for major employment use. Within this, outline planning consent was granted in November 2012 for the next phase of 15.6 acres, to provide up to another 270,000 sq ft of mixed use office, manufacturing and storage space on site.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Meaford Business Park, Stone

Meaford Business Park

Meaford Business Park is a new development site aimed at major logistics / distribution and industrial development. It is located just off the A34 dual carriageway, immediately north of Stone, Staffordshire, with direct access via the A34 to Junctions 14 and 15 of the M6, seven miles away. Covering 120 acres, of which 85 acres have planning permission for development, the site has outline planning permission for 1.2 million sq ft of predominantly warehouse and industrial uses including office spaces and can accommodate major facilities of up to c.600,000 sq ft in a single building. Planning approval has been obtained for principal infrastructure and new buildings will be developed to suit individual occupiers detailed requirements alongside the site infrastructure works.

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Euan Lindsay
Telephone:
01782 281 844

 

 

Trident Business Park, Warrington

Trident Business Park

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County:
Cheshire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Livesey
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Great Western Business Park, Worcester

Great Western Business Park

Great Western Business Park located just three miles from Junctions 6 & 7 of the M5 motorway in Worcestershire, within easy reach of Worcester Shrub Hill train station and the city centre. The 23 acre, employment-led development is split into two phases, with the first phase (fully occupied with a range of companies), comprising 7.26 acres of employment-led accommodation totalling 125,000 sq ft of space,consisting of B1 office, research and development and light industrial units, B2 general industrial and B8 storage and distribution accommodation. Phase two comprises 7 acres of employment land for design and build, with space for accommodation up to 125,000 sq ft with all infrastructure and services in place. The site is a fully gated managed estate with 24 hr CCTV monitoring.

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County:
Worcestershire
Contact Name:
Jonathan Green
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 

Town Centre/Retail (12)

Longbridge, Birmingham

Longbridge

St. Modwen is the developer and joint landowner of Longbridge with national housing and regeneration agency, the Homes and Communities Agency owning 34 acres. Almost 4,000 jobs have been created in the last seven years. Following a major remediation programme across the site, St. Modwen started works to this major new community for Birmingham in 2007 which is expected to take around 15 years to complete.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Chris Newsome
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

Farnworth Market Precinct, Bolton

Farnworth Market Precinct

Farnworth is a suburban town (population 25,000) located approximately three miles from Bolton and nine miles from Manchester. In partnership with Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council, the 32,500 sq ft shopping precinct, includes 21 retail units located at the heart of town, between the open market and bus station and fronting its main shopping precinct. Work has already completed on a £150,000 refurbishment project to repair and improve the precinct’s external façades. Currently, St. Modwen is advancing development plans in conjunction with Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council to add value and improve the convenience shopping offer in Farnworth.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Branston, Burton upon Trent

Branston

The Branston site is located south of Burton on Trent, off the A38 and is bounded to the north by Main Street and residential properties, to the east the River Trent and A38 to the west. Formerly used for gravel extraction, the 280 acre site has the potential to accommodate up to circa 660 new homes and 770,000 sq ft of employment space, including manufacturing, storage and distribution units, which will generate up to 1,500 new jobs. Over 170 acres (equivalent to 60 per cent of the site) will be retained for open space and recreation, while enhancing and extending the existing public footpaths and links to the Trent Valley Way. A planning application is in process with East Staffordshire Borough Council that includes an extension and improvements to Rykneld Primary School and local roads, additional public parking and enhanced public realm, a local centre providing community facilities and environmental benefits to reduce flood risk to existing houses and the A38

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Ian Romano
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

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The Village at Waterdale, Doncaster

The Village at Waterdale

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County:
South Yorkshire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Kirkby Town Centre, Knowsley

Kirkby Town Centre

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Crosby Village, Liverpool

Crosby Village

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
David Nuttall
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Great Homer Street, Liverpool

Great Homer Street

The 45 acre, Great Homer Street site is located in North Liverpool, situated 1.5 miles north of the city centre. In partnership with Liverpool City Council, St. Modwen’s £150m regeneration project will transform one of the most deprived parts of North Liverpool. The scheme will be anchored by a Sainsbury’s store - the largest food store built in Liverpool to date at approximately 110,000 sq ft It will also comprise 80,000 sq ft of additional retail units, 80,000 sq ft of employment units, 480 new homes, and community facilities, including a new market and community health centre. The scheme will create a new hub of activity in North Liverpool and will act as a catalyst for the wider redevelopment of that part of the city, creating approximately 1,000 job opportunities. Outline planning consent has been obtained for the scheme and a public inquiry was held in July 2012, which led to confirmation of CPO powers in November 2012 required to acquire the balance of the site. Public consultation indicates 84% in favour of the scheme. Work is now commencing on a detailed planning application.

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County:
Merseyside
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Wythenshawe, Manchester

Wythenshawe

Wythenshawe, south of Manchester, is in close proximity to Junction 3 of the M56 some two miles from Manchester International Airport. The £100m scheme to regenerate the town centre is being delivered in partnership with Manchester City Council. It spans 15 acres and includes 450,000 sq ft of retail and office space. The now completed first phase includes 60,000 sq ft of new retail space, a new market and extensive public realm. A further 15,000 sq ft of shops and 8,000 sq ft of offices were added, all of which were fully occupied within six months of completion. In addition, the new Etrop Court development offers an additional 100,000 sq ft of office and retail space, anchored by Wilkinson’s with a 26,000 sq ft store, with new offices occupied by Manchester City Council and Seetec Business Technologies. Seven new market kiosks were also added and let to a variety of independent traders. A further 1,500 sq ft of retail space has been developed and all units have now been let. St. Modwen has received planning consent for a new 7,500 sq ft retail unit, to extend the existing Swan Walk Parade and refurbish and modernise exteriors of existing units. In conjunction with Manchester City Council, St. Modwen is currently establishing a new 10 year master plan to ensure the town centre complements the Airport City Enterprise Zone.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Richard Bannister
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Skelmersdale Town Centre, Skelmersdale

Skelmersdale Town Centre

Skelmersdale is situated in West Lancashire, North East of Liverpool, in close proximity to Junction 4 of the M58. St. Modwen was selected as preferred developer to deliver this 100 acre, multi-million pound regeneration scheme designed to transform Skelmersdale Town Centre over a 15 year period, creating approximately 500 job opportunities. The £20m first phase of the proposed town centre redevelopment will deliver a five-screen cinema complex, a 50,000 sq ft food store with associated parking, new restaurants, shops, a petrol filling station, dramatically improved and extended public spaces and improved links within the Tawd Valley. The scheme is designed to create a new lively night-time economy in the town centre and act as a catalyst towards long-term change and further phases of investment. A comprehensive public consultation was completed in May 2012, which showed more than 80%of respondents in favour of the proposals. St. Modwen and its partners West Lancashire Borough Council, Homes and Communities Agency and Lancashire County Council, submitted a planning application which was granted consent in December 2012, subject to the signing of a unilateral undertaking agreement.

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County:
Lancashire
Contact Name:
Paul Batho
Telephone:
01925 825 950

 

 

Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees

Billingham

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County:
Durham
Contact Name:
Rob Richardson
Telephone:
0113 272 7070

 

 

Trentham Shopping Village, Stoke-on-Trent

Trentham Shopping Village

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County:
Staffordshire
Contact Name:
Mike Herbert
Telephone:
01782 645 222

 

 

The Quarter, Walsall

The Quarter

The site comprises circa 90,000 sq ft of retail and leisure development space in Walsall town centre. It forms part of an on-going regeneration project to improve the St Matthew’s Quarter area, which sits at the southern end of the high street. The area has already benefited from the development of a new Asda, 41 new apartments at Shannons View, and the £2.7 million development of the Goldmine youth training centre on Lower Hall Lane, which opened in August 2012. The centre features training rooms, a library, offices and multipurpose space for public performances and will be further boosted by the opening of Walsall Studio School in September 2013. Having recently obtained planning consent, the landmark scheme will boast an 11,930 sq ft leisure unit and include 11 shops on the ground and mezzanine floors, adjacent to the 1,000 space multi-storey car park. Interest in the development has already been encouraging with 10,600 sq ft of shop floor already under offer. Construction of the scheme is due to commence during 2014.

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County:
West Midlands
Contact Name:
Gregg Titley
Telephone:
0121 647 1000

 

 


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