A development opportunity in a prime commercial location close to Telford town centre has been brought to market by Harris Lamb.

Agents at the business’ Telford office have been instructed to sell the 6.45-acre land parcel at Central Park, with the site having the potential for several uses.

Matthew Tilt, who is overseeing the sale, said: “This is an exciting opportunity, and we anticipate high enquiry levels around the site. 

“The land is very well appointed, lying within an established office destination accessed from the B5061 Holyhead Road and Greyhound roundabout. Telford town centre, Telford Central Train Station and Junction 5 of the M54 are all within two miles of the site, making it an ideal location for new development.

“Formerly part of the Priorslee Furnace Works and Eagle Iron Works, the land is now undeveloped and includes an open grassed area, overgrown bank, internal road, and income producing coffee shop. Amenities on Central Park include a children’s nursery and café, with Wickes and Aldi trading opposite the site. 

“The site is part of a strategic employment area within the Telford & Wrekin Council local plan and could be suitable for development for a variety of uses subject to the appropriate planning permissions being secured,” he added.

Viewing is strictly by appointment, and enquiries should be directed to Matthew at