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Holdford Road

Birmingham, West Midlands, B6 7EP

Property Type

Industrial

Size

125,377 sq ft (11,660 sq m)

Availabilty

Fully Let

Property Detail

PROPERTY ADDRESS:  Birmingham, West Midlands, B6 7EP
PROPERTY SIZE:  123,377 sq ft
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY CLASS:  B2

This property comprises a large industrial unit of 4 units; 2 to the front and 2 to the rear. They are constructed of traditional brick elevations around a steel truss frame. The site benefits from parking and a secure yard.

The units themselves are a mixture of office space and warehouse space. The offices are cellular, and there is a staff kitchenette and toilet facilities. The warehouse has been divided into numerous areas and can be accessed via roller shutters to the side and rear. There are a variety of columns throughout, and eaves height varies from 3.5m over the majority of the site, to 6.5m in a small section of the space. 

The property is situated to the north of Witton Road which forms part of the A4040, which links with the A38 at Spaghetti junction, and also the A34 - providing a direct route into Birmingham City centre.

The property is in an established industrial location and neighbours The Hu, a site of 52 acres of development land with planning consent for 1.6 million sq ft of business space. The Hub is soon to be the home of the Birmingham Wholesale markets, which will bring significant business to the area. 

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 it’s 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 remains one of the most important cities in relation to manufacturing. 

Not sure on what size space would be best for your business? Take a look at our handy commercial property size guide here.

Feature and amenities

  • Yard and parking spaces
  • Roller shutter doors
  • Kitchenette
  • Eaves height from 3.5m to 6.5 throughout
  • Established industrial location
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Incentives are available to the ingoing tenant subject to lease length.

Business Rates: Parties interested to let this business space should make their own enquiries with the local authority.

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