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Lord Street

Birmingham, West Midlands, B7 4DQ

Letting Information

Type : Industrial

Size : 12,217 sq ft (1,136 sq m)

Fully Let

Property Detail

PROPERTY ADDRESS : Aston, Birmingham, B7 4DQ

PROPERTY SIZE : 12,500 sq ft

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CLASS: B2

This property is in a great location, occupying a prominent corner position on the corner of Lord Street and Adams Street. The property is of brick construction with a pitched lightweight steel truss roof and a concrete floor.
The units benefit from an eaves height of 6.1m, is heated via gas fired warm air blowers and lit by sodium lighting

Set in Aston’s established industrial area, 35 Lord Street provides a number of different high-quality facilities for your firm. The space includes roller shutter access (perfect for getting stock out of the door quickly), a full loading bay (again, ideal for improving your logistical capabilities) and a full set of offices on the first floor perfect for your admin department.



The premises are situated approximately 1.5 miles northeast of Birmingham City Centre. The A4540 (Dartmouth Middleway) is just 1/4 mile away, which provides direct access to junction 6 of the M6.

Birmingham has been at the centre of the UK industrial scene since the 1600s, and is known as the ‘workshop of the world’. This is partly helped by its excellent canal network, which transformed Birmingham into the greatest industrial city in the world by the 18th centre. Did you know - Birmingham still has more canals than Venice?

Nowadays, Birmingham has diversified, but it still remains one of the most important cities in relation to manufacturing.


Find out more about the Considerations when Choosing an Industrial Unit to Let and the local area with our in-depth Guide to Business in Birmingham.
Not sure on what size space would be best for your business? Take a look at our handy commercial property size guide here.

Perfect property but the wrong use class? Pall Mall Estates allow tenants to apply for planning permission on properties, or apply to change the commercial use class of a property.

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Features and amenities

  • Light industrial unit with office
  • Pedestrian street access
  • Eaves height: 20 ft (6.1 m)
  • Roller shutter doors
  • Self-contained yard
  • Loading bay
  • Three phase electricity
  • 500 m from the A38
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