Suffolk Park, Fortress Way, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 7QB – IP30
326,308 sq ft
m clear heights
• 50m yard depth
• 5% electric car charging points
• Fully fitted air conditioned offices with LG7 lighting
• BREEAM Excellent
• PV ready roof
• Superfast Broadband
• EPC Rating A
• Floor Loading 50kn/sq m
Innovative and high specification units can be built with the needs of the occupier at the heart of their design. Typical specification includes 50m yard depths, potential maximum build heights of 21m with dock and level access doors to suit end user requirements.
Suffolk Park is the only major allocated employment site in Bury St Edmunds with outline planning consent for up to 2 million sq. ft (185,806 sq. m) of B1 and B8 uses.
Suffolk park is strategically located adjacent to Bury St Edmunds’ established primary out-of-town commercial, retail and trade location. It is situated between the A14 duel carriageway and the new Rougham Tower Avenue which provides direct access to the A14 at junction 45, just 1.4 miles to the east.
The A14 provides the main arterial route for the region, linking the Port of Felixstowe in the east with Cambridge, the M11 and the wider motorway network in the west.
Outline planning permission granted for up to 2 million sq. ft A single building of up to 750,000 sq. ft can be delivered Target BREEAM Rating – Excellent, Target EPC Rating – A Infrastructure, servicing and landscaping works including new estate road completed Up to 14.5 MVA available The park benefits from superfast broadband connectivity
Bury St Edmunds is located in the heart of the eastern region and forms one of the main commercial centres within the strategically important A14 corridor, linking Felixstowe to the midlands and london via the M11.
The town is the primary commercial and administrative centre for West Suffolk and boasts a variety of service sector, production and manufacturing occupiers including major national operators such as Sealey, Greene King, British Sugar, DHL, Century Logistics, Treatt, Atalian Servest, Mizkan and Taylor Wimpey.
Major residential development is underway in Bury St Edmunds with over 5,000 new homes allocated and construction commenced, to help the towns continued economic growth and accommodate an expanding workforce.
This industrial unit is located in IP30.