G Park Biggleswade

Unit 1 – 97,000 sq ft under construction for Zeus Packaging
Unit 2 – 106,000 sq ft under construction and available to lease June 2018.
Further 16 acres available for built to suit opportunities upto 350,000 sq ft

At the heart of an established business park, G-Park Biggleswade offers 106,338 SQ FT of brand new, highly specified distribution space available for occupation from July 2018 or the opportunity to create a bespoke building of up to 350,000 SQ FT on the remaining 16 acres of land.

The development forms the next phase of the established Stratton Business Park, which is home to a number of prestigious national occupiers from the packaging, distribution, food, manufacturing and retail sectors as well as a newly developed retail complex offering an M&S, Homebase, Boots and Halfords, among others.

The Speculative development will benefit from a best-in-class specification, including a 50m service yard, 15m clear height,
12 dock levellers and 4 level access doors as well as 125 metres of frontage, directly onto the A1.

The building has planning consent for B2 and B8 use classes, as well as ancillary office use. Just 43 miles from central London, the building offers the only currently available new unit of its size on the A1.

Unit 1

Warehouse 95,703 SQ FT 8,891 SQ M
Offices (2 storey) 10,365 SQ FT 988 SQ M
Total GIA 106,338 SQ FT 9,879 SQ M
HGV parking 39 (incl. 16 loading)
Car parking 104 (incl. 5 disabled)
Clear height 15 m
Dock levellers 12
Level access 4
Site area 5.26 ac (2.128 ha)

Unit 2

Warehouse 329,055 SQ FT 35,570 SQ M
Offices (2 storey) 16,792 SQ FT 1,560 SQ M
Gatehouse 215 SQ FT 920 SQ M
Total GIA 346,062 SQ FT 32,150 SQ M
HGV parking 83 (incl. 36 loading)
Car parking 83 (incl. 36 loading)
Clear height 15 m
Dock levellers 32
Level access 4
Site area 16.05 ac (6.499 ha)





Destination Miles
A1/A14 Intersection 21
M1 Junction 13 25
M25 Junction 23 30
Cambridge 21
Peterborough 42
London 43
Oxford 67
Birmingham 99
London Gateway 70
Destination Miles
Felixstowe Port 96
Immingham & Grimsby 141
Southampton 119
Liverpool Port 183
Luton Airport 23
Stansted Airport 32
Heathrow Airport 53
London City Airport 57
Gatwick Airport 90


There are 339,100 people aged 16-64 in the Biggleswade employment catchment with 279,700 people economically active and 3 in 5 of the working age residents (200,500 people) are aged under 45.The unemployment rate is 3.4% with 4,800 people registered as unemployed and seeking work. Biggleswade provides a young, active population living locally with appropriate skills for the logistics sector.

By 2035 the immediate local workforce could increase by over 4,000 due to housing growth with an increase of between 29,100 – 47,700 people of working age across Central Bedfordshire.

With no major firms trading in logistics within Biggleswade’s immediate catchment there is less competition for workers. Around 70% of residents employed in transport & logistics locally travel up to 40km to work providing a valuable resource in close proximity who would likely prefer to work more locally.

Lower labour cost

Biggleswade average (gross) weekly salary for a warehouse operative is £325, falling within the 15th percentile for salaries in Central Bedfordshire based on Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) data.

We estimate the annual cost of a workforce of 1,300 – 1,800 people specific to Symmetry Park, Biggleswade to be around £1.4 – £1.8 million cheaper than the equivalent in Bedford and around £4.2 – £5.7 million cheaper than Milton Keynes.

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Contact Information

James Atkinson

+44 20 7901 4461

Joe Garwood

+44 (0)20 7901 4464


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