Commercial Property in Rugby

At Pall Mall Estates we regularly offer valuable commercial property to let in Rugby, the second largest town in Warwickshire. Situated 13 miles east of Coventry, Rugby offers excellent transport links throughout the Midlands and beyond, sitting on the mainline railway between London and the North West.

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  1. Swift Park Coventry, West Midlands, CV21 1DZ.
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    Property Type:

    Industrial

    Size Range:

    26,705 sq ft

    Availability:

    Available to let

    An ideal regional hub for distribution or storage

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  2. Glebe Farm Industrial Estate Rugby, West Midlands, CV21 1DD.
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    Property Type:

    Industrial

    Size Range:

    11,290 sq ft

    Availability:

    Fully Let

    Strategic industrial unit 1.5 miles from M6/A14

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  3. Newbold Road Coventry, West Midlands, CV21 1DH.
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    Property Type:

    Industrial

    Size Range:

    32,145 sq ft

    Availability:

    Fully Let

    A purpose-built head office near Rugby station

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Why Rent Commercial Property In Rugby

Famed for its invention of the game of Rugby, the town enjoys a rich heritage on the history of the sport and is a regular tourist hotspot. Rugby's economy is driven largely with its close links to the industrial sector. With a lengthy history in engineering and the gas industry, it remains a very attractive area for light industrial firms to be based.

Rugby is also famous within the cement making industry, with its extensive cement works on the western side of the town now one of the largest of its type across the continent.

Its central location in the UK has also seen Rugby become an important strategic location for warehousing and distribution firms. By road Rugby is close to several major trunk routes including the M1, M6 and M45 motorways and by rail Rugby is regularly served by the West Coast Main Line railway.

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