Jaynic has submitted a reserved matters application to West Suffolk Council for both a 77,000 sq ft and a 128,000 sq ft warehouse, at Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds.
The applications are on Suffolk Park’s final northern plot, marking the final phase to be submitted for planning permission.
Development is already underway on SP160, and SP47 – 160,000 sq ft and 47,000 sq ft units, both of which will be ready for occupation before the end of 2022 and SP47 is already under offer to a local occupier.
These new developments form the third phase of Suffolk Park, a key commercial location in the region with exceptional transport connections via the A14 corridor, linking it to Felixstowe, the UK’s largest container port, and to the Midlands and London via the M11, M25 and M1.
Ben Oughton, development director at Jaynic, said: “such has been the demand for warehouses in the region and because of the success we have had at Suffolk Park we have decided to move forward now in finalising the planning situation at the park.”
Image source: Jaynic
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