One of the two warehouses from Firem that completed at Wrexham Industrial Estate this month. Credit: via Truth PR

Firem completes 70,000 sq ft Wrexham warehouses

The two industrial buildings are part of FI Real Estate Management’s ambitions for 2.2m sq ft of new-build commercial space at Wrexham Industrial Estate.

FI Construction, Firem’s construction division, finished work on the two warehouses earlier this month.

The first building is 25,000 sq ft and is located off Clywedog Road North. The second is 45,000 sq ft and situated off Clywedog Road East. Both were pre-let to unnamed companies.

FI Construction is at work building an additional 35,198 sq ft of industrial space divided between 11 units off Clywedog Road North.  Construction on that project is expected to complete later this summer.

Firem is seeking detailed planning application approval for an additional 150,000 sq ft warehouse at the industrial estate, as well as permission for another 120,000 sq ft of space off Bridge Road.

In December last year, the company purchased 47 acres at Wrexham Industrial Estate from Kingmoor Park Properties. That land had planning permission for 400,000 sq ft of industrial space.

“There is a huge demand across Wales for high-quality commercial space,” said Tim Knowles, founder and managing director at Firem.

“We are dedicated to catering to the growing needs of businesses to support their growth and success.”

Aerial view of Wrexham Industrial Estate. Credit: via Truth PR

Firem is active throughout Wales, and has looked into developing industrial projects in Deeside, Caldicot, and Cwmbran.

Knowles said: “Our investment in Wrexham and Wales as a whole is not just about pace of build; our development strategy is to ensure businesses have access to a diverse variety of space that suits their needs.

“Above all things, our work is intended to stimulate local economies and this goes beyond the physical build. Through our work in Wrexham we are creating opportunities for local employment and training, the aim of which is to ensure that our presence positively impacts the local community and economy.”

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