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 immediate occupation and two speculative developments of 84,637 SQ FT and 60,913 SQ FT, available Q4 2019.
The developments form 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.
Planning consent exists for B2 and B8 use classes, as well as ancillary office use. Just 43 miles from central London, G‑Park Biggleswade offers the only currently available new unit of its size on the A1.
Many of our customers require their warehouse buildings to demonstrate excellent environmental performance.
Gazeley is now recognised across the world for delivering industry-leading warehouse buildings that continuously exceed our original environmental aspirations, while supporting our customers’ business operations in many effective ways.
||95,703 SQ FT (8,891 SQ M)
|Offices (2 storey)
||10,365 SQ FT (988 SQ M)
||106,338 SQ FT (9,879 SQ M)
||39 (incl. 16 loading)
||104 (incl. 5 disabled)
|Clear internal height
||5.26 ac (2.128 ha)
|M1 Junction 13
|M25 Junction 23
|Immingham & Grimsby
|London City Airport
There is an unemployment rate of 3.10% in Central Bedfordshire with 4,800 people aged 16 to 64 registered as unemployed and seeking work. In addition to those people classed as unemployed, there are a further 4,300 people in Central Bedfordshire classed as economically inactive but who want a job.
Lower average gross weekly wage by workplace
Higher estimated percentage of workforce in the Transportation and Storage Sector
G-Park Biggleswade Promo Film
G-Park Biggleswade Construction Film
G-Park Biggleswade Grand Tour 19-07-18