Prime Point 14 / Creswell Park


Site description: Prime Point 14 and Creswell Park lie immediately next to the M6 at Junction 14, the northern entrance to Stafford from the motorway. Prime Point 14 has B1, B2 and B8 planning consent for two units of 76,908 sq. ft. and 66,628 sq. ft.. Creswell Park is a site with 10.25 acres remaining. This site is available as land sales, ground leases and design and build development schemes (both freehold and leasehold). Plots are available from 0.5 acres.

Overall developable: land 7.25 hectares (18 acres) net

Planning use: B1, B2 and B8

Developer: Creswell Developments, Inglewood Developments, Trebor Developments

Planning authority: Stafford Borough Council

Major local companies: G.E., Bostik Findley, Instem, Datel and Screwfix

Workforce: 192,140 within a thirty minute drive time

Sat Nav: ST16 1GW (Shackleton Way)


Birmingham 28 miles (45 km)
London 141 miles (227 km)
Manchester 58 miles (98 km)
Sheffield 77 miles (124 km)
Stoke-on-Trent 17 miles (27 km)
Folkstone 216 miles (348 km)
Harwich 207 miles (333 km)
Hull 121 miles (195 km)
Southampton 170 miles (273 km)
Birmingham 37 miles (60 km)
Manchester 51 miles (62 km)
Nottingham East Midlands 62 miles (100 km)
M1 (Junction 25) 27 miles (64 km)
M6 (Junction 14) 1 mile (1.6 km)

Monday, 21st of June 2010

With highways consent now in place, Inglewood Investments is bringing forward their 13 acre plot on Prime Point. The site lies adjacent to the J14 M6-A34 link road and the consortium has existing consent for 65K of car showrooms but will also look for other high value projects for the site.

Car dealership, offices and restaurant to come

Tuesday, 1st of May 2007

Car dealership, restaurant and offices for Prime Point. Leading independent car dealership Arnold Clark is to have a 74K faciltiy on Prime Point in Stafford. A local entrepreneur also has construction of a Chinese restaurant underway and detailed consent for three office units totalling 13K sqft.

Tuesday, 20th of June 2006

A planning application has been submitted for two industrial units on the remaining 10 acre plot.

Friday, 14th of October 2005

Chilled food logistics specialist Culina Logistics has completed a deal to take the remaining speculative 172,000sqft unit

Monday, 26th of September 2005

Culina Logistics have been given the go-ahead by Stafford Borough Council for a distribution centre for Muller dairy products at Unit 2. The development is expected to create upto 300 jobs.

Tuesday, 6th of September 2005

Global developer Prologis has started the speculative development of a 542,940sqft 12m high unit, the largest of four proposed buildings. Completion will be in the first quarter of 2006 and two further speculative units of 127,200sqft and 69,900sqft to follow.

Wednesday, 31st of August 2005

Muller, the UK’s leading yoghurt manufacturer, has contracted with specialist chilled food logistics operator Culina to run its distribution facility from the speculatively built 172,000sqft unit on Prime Point.

Thursday, 14th of October 2004

Blackbrook Valley Developments has disposed of the last 60 acres of land at Prime Point 14, Stafford. The new owner is ProLogis, the distribution specialist, who intend to build two units of 525,000 sq ft and 300,000 sq ft or one single unit of 825,000 sq ft. ProLogis is believed to have paid around AL300,000 per acre for the land.

Friday, 12th of December 2003

Iron Mountain have now had an official launch and are fully operational in their 114,000 sqft unit.

Wednesday, 14th of May 2003

US company Iron Mountain sign up for the 114,000sqft unit. Iron Mountain are the world leader in document and data storage with an annual turnover of over $1billion. The company has 81 sites in the US and 47 (now 48) in other locations across the globe.

Thursday, 13th of March 2003

The 114,000 sqft spec industrial unit is currently under offer.

Wednesday, 22nd of January 2003

The new year has seen the opening of a new multi million pound development at the site. Two new giant warehouse units are now up for grabs for any companies which want to move into the park dubbed the area’s premier employment site. The first unit covers 114,000 square feet while the second is 170,000 square feet. The works have cost around £20 million and could create over 500 new jobs.

Friday, 25th of October 2002

The 114,000sqft spec industrial unit will be completed on 11th November. The 170,000sqft unit is due for completion in January 2003

Friday, 25th of October 2002

The 96 bed Premier Lodge and the Shire Horse Pub/Restaurant are now both open for business on site.

Friday, 25th of October 2002

Prime Point now has detailed consent for 300,000sqft and 500,000sqft units.

Thursday, 30th of May 2002

Totty Developments have been granted planning consent for a scheme which will consist of a leisure club, a creche and three individual buildings each of 53,000 square feet suitable as contact centres, data centres or other office use.

Wednesday, 29th of May 2002

Work is expected to commence soon on two high bay warehouse developments on site – one of 105,000 square feet and one of 195,000 square feet. These are expected to be available for occupation in October 2002 and January 2003 respectively.

Thursday, 21st of February 2002

Screwfix Direct have submitted a planning application for a 320,000sqft distribution centre with expansion to 500,000sqft. The company’s property agents conducted an extensive and detailed search of alternative sites before deciding on Prime Point as their preferred option.

Wednesday, 3rd of October 2001

The Mayor of Stafford confirmed progress on this key development site at junction 14, M6 with a formal sod cutting ceremony today. Steve Ellis of developers Blackbrook Valley developments confirmed that hotel operator, Scottish and Newcastle, had completed negotiation and will commence construction works in early 2002. Mr Ellis also indicated that there was strong interest from other end users to locate on the site. The first phase of roadworks to open open up the site will be completed in early 2002.

Thursday, 13th of September 2001

Road infrastructure work giving access onto the site from the A34 is now underway.

Friday, 31st of August 2001

Mid Staffs 14 gets a new name as work begins on site. As new roadworks onto the site start next week, the site has been rebranded Prime Point. Blackbrook Valley Developments state that the road infrastructure will allow construction of up to 30 units to get underway before the end of the year. The park will include a hotel, pub and restaurant run by the Scottish & Newcastle chain.

Prime Point 14 aerial Mar 17

Prime Point Enabling Works Contracted

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Leading Midlands based commercial developer Trebor Developments and Seddon Developments have formed a joint venture to develop further industrial units in Staffordshire on a new industrial site extending to 11.7 acres, known as Prime Point 14, located within 1 mile of Junction 14, M6, Staffordshire.

Infrastructure works have started to prepare the site to deliver two industrial units, comprising 66,000 sq. ft. and 78,000 sq. ft. Seddon Construction have been appointed as contractor for the infrastructure works, which is expected to take 5 months to complete and provide a fully serviced site capable of accommodating the two industrial facilities on a fast track basis.

The two units will be capable of providing accommodation in early 2019, suitable for manufacturing or logistics/distribution uses.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of Trebor/Seddon commented: “The shortage of quality, industrial and logistics accommodation across the West Midlands and Staffordshire area has provided us with the confidence to award the full infrastructure contract for this site. With detailed planning now in place to deliver the two units, following completion of the enabling works we will be able to deliver units to meet occupiers’ demands within 6 months.

The Prime Point 14 development will have an overall end value in excess of £13 million and provide many new jobs in the Staffordshire area”.

The development partners have appointed the Birmingham office of Savills (Ranjit Gill and Katie Aitchison) and Bromwich Hardy (Andrew Cosnett) as joint marketing agents.

Prime Point 14 aerial Mar 17

Prime Point 14 Site Acquired For Industrial Development By Trebor/Seddon Developments

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Leading Midlands based commercial developer Trebor Developments and Seddon Developments have formed a joint venture to develop further industrial units in Staffordshire on a new industrial site extending to 11.7 acres, known as Prime Point 14, located within 1 mile of Junction 14, M6, Staffordshire.

Planning consent has been granted for the development, which will provide a 2 unit scheme of 66,000 sq. ft. and 78,000 sq. ft., with work due to commence on site from summer 2017 and phased delivery of each unit.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of Trebor/Seddon commented: “We are delighted to have obtained detailed consent for this industrial development schemes.  We will be bringing forward high quality industrial units, manufacturing or logistics/distribution, on the site which is located adjacent to the Redhill Business Park, which has seen very successful development over the last 2 years.  The site is in a well-established industrial location, with a range of existing occupiers and we believe that given the lack of quality accommodation available within the Staffordshire area for occupiers to consider, this new development will be well received by a number of potential tenants/purchasers.

We are offering the buildings on a freehold or leasehold basis to occupiers’ requirements.”

The development partners have appointed the Birmingham offices of BNP Paribas (Andrew Cosnett and Richard James-Moore) and Savills (Ranjit Gill and Katie Aitchison) as joint marketing agents.

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Prime Point 14 Planning Granted

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Trebor Developments and Seddon Developmentsa joint venture to develop further industrial units in Staffordshire has been granted detailed planning approval consent.

The scheme will deliver 2 large quality units, capable of production (B2) or distribution use (B8), being 66,000 and 78,000 sq ft.

Work on site will commence in Spring 2017, allowing for buildings to be occupied by the end of next year.A The speculative development is being undertaken to deliver much needed quality industrial accommodation in the Staffordshire area.

The consent was granted on the same day as Treboras adjacent speculative industrial development achieved practical completion, Triton at Redhill Business Park, providing 115,000 sq ft of quality accommodation for immediate occupation and in which strong interest has already been shown.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of Trebor/Seddon commented: aThe granting of planning is the next milestone to us developing this key site, located a short distance from Junction 14 of the M6.A The size of units proposed meets a gap in the Midlands/Staffordshire market for quality industrial accommodation of this type. A It is now full steam ahead to deliver in 2017a.

The development partners have appointed BNP Paribas and Savills as joint marketing agents.

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Proposals for new speculative development in Stafford

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Leading Midlands Commercial developer, Trebor Developments, have teamed up with development and construction partner, Seddon, and agreed contracts to purchase a 11.7 acre site in Stafford, adjacent to Redhill Business Park.

The site, known as Prime Point 14, represents the last plot remaining adjacent to Prologis Park, Stafford development, which delivered over 1 million sq ft of industrial and logistic accommodation over the last 10 years.

The Trebor/Seddon partnership have entered into contract to purchase the site, subject to planning consent being granted.A A planning application was submitted this week for two high quality industrial units of 76,400 sq ft and 64,200 sq ft.A The developers propose to develop the first building on a speculative basis, with delivery during 2017.

This major scheme comes on top of another speculative industrial development of 115,000 sq ft, which Trebor are delivering on the adjacent Redhill Business Park (Project Triton), which is due for completion in December 2016.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner of Trebor Developments, on behalf of the partners commented, aSubject to the grant of planning on this employment site, we look forward to delivering with our partner, Seddon, further quality, speculative, industrial accommodation in Staffordshire to meet growing occupier demand.A Construction will be undertaken by Seddon Constructionas Birmingham branch, allowing us to deliver the buildings using our fast track development method.A This is a further exciting industrial scheme to meet Midlandsa demand and illustrates financial commitment post Brexita.

The development partners have appointed BNP Paribas and Savills as joint marketing agents.

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