Next phase of Birchwood warehouses set to begin

Caddick Construction is due to start work next month on five industrial units totalling 170,000 sq ft at Birchwood Park.

The project, overseen by Birchwood Park manager Patrizia, is the second phase of the Cavendish Warehouse development, and was designed by AEW Architects.

The units are due to be completed at the start of 2020, and will be a mix of two 18,000 sq ft warehouses, a 24,000 sq ft warehouse and larger 50,000 and 58,000 sq ft warehouses.

The first phase of Cavendish Warehouse completed in 2016. Occupiers include global medical diagnostics company, Werfen, and global manufacturer, BiSN.

Martin O’Rourke, commercial director at Birchwood Park, said: “The second phase of our Cavendish Warehouse development is an exciting one, giving us the opportunity to plug the gap for much-sought-after industrial space of this particular size in the Warrington area – something the region is crying out for.

“We’ve taken on board experience from the first phase of our development to ensure we’re able to offer greater flexibility when it comes to adapting this industrial space, to suit the needs of both our current or future occupiers, by obtaining planning consent for additional office space and adapting the design to allow occupiers to easily configure the units to suit their own requirements.”

Warrington Martin is project manager and quantity surveyor, BDP Structural is structural engineers and the planning process was overseen by Turley, with Crookes Walker providing advice on M&E and Vectos providing highways advice. B8 Real Estate and JLL are joint agents acting on behalf of Birchwood Park.

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Great site planning : the line of mature trees along Birchwood Park Avenue has been felled to make way for a grass verge with tree planting !!

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