The highly specified Wolverhampton 450 is currently available as a single 448,089 sq ft cross-docked warehouse but the building can be divided down its length (cross-split) to create two self-contained units. The separate units will each offer private access, secure car parks and individual including individual security gatehouses. Both units will also benefit from haunch heights of 15m, 50m, yards as a minimum and 2 storey hub offices of 5,000 sq ft each. The building is BREEAM ‘Very Good’ and EPC ‘A’ rated.
Accessed from a new junction on the A449 and within minutes of junction 12 of the M6, Wolverhampton 450 is ideally placed to serve the retail and automotive supply chains in the West Midlands. It can also draw on a highly skilled available labour force, in an area where wages are competitive by regional standards.
Wolverhampton 450’s connectivity has been enhanced further by Staffordshire County Council decision to proceed with significant improvements to the road network in the area. This decision was based on the strength of local economic growth, which in turn is fuelling the demand for large industrial units.