Tyburn Trading Estate in Erdington, North Birmingham, is now fully occupied, following national developer St. Modwen securing a series of new tenants and existing tenants who have taken additional space.
The 100,000 sq ft business park comprises 17 units and is home to engineering experts ADI Group, who recently expanded into neighbouring units since experiencing significant business growth.
Henrob, Kuka Systems UK and Top Logistics Service Limited have also agreed lettings on the site, creating a vibrant business environment for specialist suppliers close to the heart of Birmingham.
Jonathan Green, Director of Asset Management at St. Modwen, said: “Tyburn Trading Estate has always been a popular destination for businesses due to its location at the north east of Birmingham city centre and proximity to Junctions 5 and 6 of the M6.
“It’s important to St. Modwen to help occupiers grow at our developments, and we will continue to work with our tenants to ensure their needs are met for the foreseeable future.”
James Darby, director at Darby Keye Property said: “Tyburn Trading Estate has gone from strength to strength. The success of the scheme is often attributed to the strategic location it occupies, however the suitability of the units for a wide range of tenants should not be overlooked. The warehouse accommodation at Tyburn Trading Estate has provided a number of businesses with a fast solution to their property requirements.”
Darby Keye Property advised St. Modwen on the lettings.