Morris Property has been granted planning permission at its landmark 28-acre site on Oteley Road, Shrewsbury, adjacent to Shrewsbury Town Football Club, creating highly sought-after commercial space available for purchase or rent at this prime location from Summer 2024.
As a long-awaited allocated employment land release on this side of Shrewsbury town centre, the development will help fuel the local economy providing speculative and bespoke units ranging from distribution warehousing to offices, with environmental benefits and infrastructure to meet the demands of the 21st century occupier.
Chris Morris, Director at Morris Property commented: “Despite keen demand for business units on this side of the town, we are aware that economic times remain tough, so we have designed our units to be cost and energy-efficient. We are providing flexible commercial space ranging from 1,850 ft² to 175,000 ft² underpinned by Morris Property’s assurance of quality build and service.
He continued: “We have been working closely with Shropshire Council as supporters of inward investment serving Shropshire and Mid Wales and, in partnership with the WMCA and Frontier Development Capital (FDC), we are excited to be transforming this site into a vibrant commercial centre.”
Stadium Point, with its build-to-suit opportunities, has excellent welfare amenities with good public transport links to the site and cycle and EV parking. There is a footpath network through the scheme with landscaped break-out areas providing ideal environments for business occupiers and staff to enjoy. Supermarket Lidl sits adjacent to Stadium Point with Meole Brace Retail Park a short walk away, offering a range of facilities including Marks & Spencer Food Store, Sainsbury’s, Next and Boots.
The premier destination is highly accessible for transport with its easy access to the A5 Shrewsbury By Pass, connectivity to Telford and the motorway network to the West Midlands and beyond. “We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach and are pleased to already be working with a number of regional companies developing plans to build their businesses with us at Stadium Point” Chris Morris, Morris Property added.
L-R Chris Morris (Morris Property), Nick Oakley (FDC), Elizabeth Lowe (Morris Property), Pete Allworth (Morris Property), Kieren Turner-Owen (FDC) and Phil Griffiths (Morris Property)