BEST BIDS INVITED FOR FORMER TELECOM BUILDING

Developers interested in buying the former British Telecom building in Wolverhampton have been given a deadline of noon next Wednesday to put forward their best and final offers for the property. Telecom House, on Church Street, was placed on the market by Harris Lamb in June this year, and the agents have reported high levels of interest. Tom Morley, of the Agency team, said: “This m...

MOVING IN AT RATIO PARK: HIGH LEVELS OF INTEREST AT KIDDERMINSTER STARTER SITE

The first unit at Chase Commercial's Ratio Park site in Kidderminster has been sold, as Harris Lamb reports strong interest in the newly completed development. A total of 11 units, ranging from 900 sqft to 2,100 sqft, have been completed at the Fine Point Way site, especially designed to appeal to small and medium sized businesses and start ups. A second phase to the park, offering units fro...

HARRIS LAMB SECURES FIVE ACRE WILLENHALL LAND SALE FOR MORE THAN £1M

Harris Lamb has sold a five-acre plot of land in Willenhall to a plant hire company after receiving a number of offers for the in-demand site. Pickerings Plant purchased the land off St Annes Road after successfully out-bidding other interested parties. The price achieved was in the region of the asking price of £1,250,000. The derelict site had previously been earmarked for residential ...

WEST BROMWICH TRADING ESTATE REACHES FULL CAPACITY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER A DECADE

Commercial agents in the Midlands are celebrating after securing full occupancy at a West Bromwich industrial estate for the first time in more than a decade. The Kelvin Way Trading Estate is one of the largest and most established commercial sites in the region, and Harris Lamb and Bulleys, joint agents for the estate, cite the ongoing demand for high quality industrial space as a huge contrib...

WOLVERHAMPTON’S FORMER TELECOM BUILDING GIVEN £2,950,000 PRICE TAG PENDING 100-APARTMENT REDEVELOPMENT PLAN

 A Wolverhampton office building is on the market to investors keen to maximise on its potential to provide 100 apartments in the city centre. Telecom House, a self-contained office building on Church Street, was formerly occupied by British Telecom, and Harris Lamb's Agency team has been instructed to sell the building by owners Telereal Trillium. The 84,876 sq ft property, which has a g...