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6 August, 2019 - 12:46 By Kate Sweeney

Newmarket warehouse gets planning go-ahead

A planning application for a new warehouse unit on Willie Snaith Road, Newmarket has been approved by West Suffolk Council.

Confirmation comes from Ben Green of Barker Storey Matthews, now part of Eddisons, who is the agent instructed by developer, Hamilton Land, to seek interest in the unit – known as Plot 200 Newmarket Business Park.

The agent advises that the 18,048 sq ft warehouse, incorporating an eaves height of 7.5 metres, is ideal for trade counter, showroom, hi-tech or other hybrid warehouse uses. It will be constructed to BREEAM’s ‘Very Good’ standard and include electric vehicle charging points.

Plot 200 is in the heart of Newmarket’s main business district, on Willie Snaith Road, in a prominent location opposite Craven Court. Nearby occupiers include Wickes, Travis Perkins, Ridgeons, Unisurge and Howdens Joinery.

The town’s Studlands Retail Park – with retail occupiers including Homebase, Carpetright, Pets at Home, Halfords and Tesco Extra – are within a short walking distance of Plot 200.

Ben Green said, “This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a brand new business facility in a fast expanding region, only a short distance from Cambridge. New-build, high quality units of this nature are in short supply, especially on a freehold basis.” 

For more information on Plot 200 contact Ben Green or Simon Burton at Barker Storey Matthews on 01223 467155/01284 702655.

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