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Detailed Plans Submitted for Hay Hall Business Park

Property and asset management company FI Real Estate Management (FI REM) has submitted a hybrid planning application for Hay Hall Business Park in Tyseley, Birmingham. If approved, construction is expected to start in Q1 2022.

 

A detailed application will be submitted for part of the site and FI REM’s plans would see the following spaces created:

 

  • Four circa 5,000 sq.ft units - complete with 8m eaves, dedicated parking and yard area.

 

  • Four circa 13,500 sq.ft units - including an office on the first floor/mezzanine, 10m eaves, dedicated parking and yard area.

 

Each of the proposed units will have the flexibility to be let individually to smaller businesses or combined to accommodate larger outfits.

 

An outline application will also be submitted for two larger units totalling circa 98,383 sq ft, both will include loading docks and level access doors, first floor mezzanine and office. The units could be combined into a single unit.

Hay Hall Business Park

The business park is situated on the south side of Redfern Road in the heart of the Tyseley’s industrial hub. Located in close proximity to the M5, M42 and M6 motorways, Hay Hall benefits from easy access to the rest of the country. Those working from the site will also be able to take advantage of excellent public transport links, with Tyseley Train Station a mere 300m down the road.

 

The new plans follow a £2.5m refurbishment project completed by FI REM at Hay Hall in 2018. The significant investment saw the installation of new dock levellers and level access doors, as well as the creation of a dedicated yard with up to 750kVa Power, 24-hour manned security and modernisation throughout.

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