Warminster business park expands due to demand for space

By Anita Jaynes on 1 July, 2016

A new development at Crusader Park in Warminster should help to tackle the shortage of high-quality industrial property in the area that has been an issue for businesses since the start of the recession.

The shortage of industrial stock and demand for high-spec industrial space has prompted local developers James R Pearce Developments Ltd to commence construction.

Crusader Park, to the north of Warminster, is one of the area’s most successful business centres, with a range of commercial and industrial occupiers.

The development is nearing completion and offers units from approx 5,250-15,672 sq ft which are available through national property consultancy Carter Jonas.

The high specification build offers prestigious frontage and is of steel portal frame construction with part brick and PVC-coated steel profile elevations under a PVC-coated steel profile roof with lights. The buildings will benefit from a minimum 6m eaves, a height to pitch of 7.8m and a first floor with a loading of 10kN / sq m. Access is by two roller shutter doors and there is parking on site.

Alison Williams, head of Carter Jonas’ south west industrial team, said: “It is great to have a speculative development coming to the market. There continues to be a depletion of industrial stock and these units will generate good interest and prove to be very popular.”

“Crusader Park is well located midway between Bath and Salisbury. It is just a quarter of a mile from the A36, which links to the A303, and the A350 that takes you to the M4.

“Train stations in Warminster and Westbury provide direct rail links to London Waterloo and Paddington respectively, and Bristol Airport is easily accessible.”

Contact Alison Williams at Carter Jonas for more information on 01225 747260 or mobile 07917 041109.