Development of Staffordshire business park continues to progress following the planning approval of another industrial facility.
Birmingham-based Trebor Developments, working with US firm Rockspring, saw its plans for a speculative 113,500 sq ft industrial development – marketed as Triton – approved by Stafford Borough Council. A new image of the development was released today.
Staffordshire County Council developed Redhill following a £10million investment to boost economic growth and job creation. Stafford’s biggest employer, engineering giant Alstom, has already started work on a new facility at Redhill. It will build a second facility on two more plots.
Staffordshire’s economy leader Mark Winnington said:
“The latest milestone in the development at Redhill signals its establishment as a major regional business hub. Trebor and Rockspring can now start construction in the new year which is good news for Staffordshire and brings added confidence to potential investors. Redhill’s near full occupancy is further testament to our hard work and demonstrates the commitment by our business partners. The site has many attributes which are attracting business and we know it won’t be long before the final two plots are occupied. As development gets underway and business operations start, it ultimately means more jobs for people in Staffordshire.”
Bob Tattrie, managing partner at Trebor, added:
“This is a significant step forward in delivering this major single unit industrial premises. Triton will be available for occupation in 2016 and we have already received a number of enquiries. The scheme is being developed specifically to provide much needed, quality, industrial accommodation in the Staffordshire area given the close links to Junction 14 of the M6.”