BIRCHWOOD Park has completed the latest phase of its £12 million development.

The Patrizia-managed business park now has five new high specification warehouses, bringing 170,000 square feet of industrial space to Warrington.

With two units already under offer, this latest addition comes after Birchwood Park's previous phase of development in 2016, Cavendish Avenue, which saw three new units let within one year.

The new multi-million investment, which began construction in April 2019, features two 18,000 square feet warehouses, a 24,000 square feet warehouse and larger 50,000 and 58,000 square feet warehouses.

Martin O’Rourke, commercial director at Birchwood Park, said: "We’re delighted to see the next phase of our Cavendish Warehouse development reach completion, meaning we can plug the gap for much-sought-after industrial space in the area.

"During this project, we’ve ensured we take key learnings from previous experience gained on industrial developments at the park, and taken on board occupier experience and comments to help us deliver exactly what businesses are looking for.

"Knowing that previous businesses have extended their offices to provide additional office, showroom or laboratory space, we have anticipated future occupier’s needs by obtaining planning consent in advance should occupiers wish to provide additional office space in the units if required.

"We have also provided the quality of office space that is something you would expect to find in an office development rather than an industrial unit.

Warrington Guardian:

"Occupiers expressed their wishes for better quality office space to help attract and retain the qualified staff they need for their businesses, which is exactly what we did.

"Occupiers shouldn’t have to put up with poor quality office space just because they work in an industrial unit."

New occupiers of the warehouses will also benefit from Enterprise Zone status, as Birchwood Park forms an integral part of the Cheshire Science Corridor Enterprise Zone.

Designed by architects AEW, Caddick Construction were appointed as main contractors with Warrington Martin appointed as project managers and quantity surveyors.

BDP Structural were appointed as structural engineers and the planning process was overseen by Turley’s, 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.

Martin added: "We’re extremely proud of the benefits we can offer businesses here on the park, from the excellent connectivity to the landscaped surroundings and range of amenities – something completely different from your usual industrial park and of great benefit to businesses looking to improve staff retention and impress clients.

"We look forward to seeing continued growth within the park in this next chapter in our industrial development, and hope to follow similar success to our previous phase of the warehouse project."

For more information on the Cavendish Warehouse development or to find out about socially-distanced property viewings, head to or call the team on 851536.