The completion of the latest development at a Staffordshire business park created by the county council comes as the site nears full occupancy.
Redhill Business Park in Stafford was developed as a result of a £10million investment from Staffordshire County Council.
Midlands-based Trebor Developments and funding partner Rockspring have now completed the 115,000 sq ft Triton speculative industrial development. Built by Kier Construction, the building provides industrial space and first floor office accommodation.
Stafford’s biggest employer General Electric has completed its first facility at the site and is now progressing a second development on two more plots.
Staffordshire County Council’s economic growth leader Mark Winnington said:
“Redhill is one of our key business development sites which is nearing full occupancy. It is really going from strength to strength and the completion of the Triton development is a significant milestone. Its success is good news for Staffordshire and brings added confidence to potential investors. It is also further testament to our hard work and demonstrates the commitment of our business partners. Ultimately this will mean more jobs for people in Staffordshire.”
Bob Tattrie, managing partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of the partners, added:
“The building looks fantastic and has received many complementary comments. We have continued strong interest in viewings of the building and we hope to be in a position, before too long, to confirm a potential occupier.”