Commercial Property in Wolverhampton

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Bulleys

Lincoln Lodge 2 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, , West Midlands, WV1 4SA.

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Established in 1965 Bulleys have built an enviable reputation as local specialists in the field of industrial and commercial property consultancy. Our wealth of experience and ability to deliver, makes us one of the leading property consultants in the West Midlands and Shropshire areas.

Towler Shaw Roberts

4 Tettenhall Road, West Midlands, Wolverhampton, WV1 4SA.

Bruton Knowles (BK)

48 Queen Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 3BP.

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Established in 1862, Bruton Knowles has built a reputation based on integrity, impartiality and independence. From our early Gloucestershire roots, the business today benefits from extensive experience in both rural and urban property. Whether you are occupying or investing in office, industrial, licensed and leisure or retail units, we offer you the experience, resources and expertise to help you get the most out of your commercial property.

Aitchison Raffety

7 Byfield, Combe Down, Bath, DY1 1RR.

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Aitchison Raffety is a leading practice of Chartered Surveyors and Town Planners operating from London and a network of regional offices. Formed in 1996, the Group brings together long established regional firms of Chartered Surveyors, Valuers, Town Planners and Estate Agents under one ownership. We operate as a private limited company with more than 150 staff.

Fraser Wood Commercial

15-16 Lichfield Street, Walsall, WS1 1TS.

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Fraser Wood, Mayo and Pinson have served the local community in and around Walsall for over 160 years as Auctioneers, Valuers, Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors. The firm was established in 1845 and it is difficult to imagine any other property firm having a more thorough knowledge of residential and commercial properties in Walsall, the Black Country and the West Midlands.

About Wolverhampton and its Commercial Property

Wolverhampton Economy

Workshop of the World” was the title given to this city in the 19th century, when local mining industries produced iron and steel, which was turned into products like locks and hardware fittings of every kind. Today a skilled workforce with many traditional engineering skills are still engaged in engineering, with the accent on high tech aerospace requirements rather than the home.

Wolverhampton Industrial Property

Wolverhampton’s manufacturing legacy, from it's halcyon days as the Workshop of the World, is space for regeneration. Modern logistics and manufacturing parks are being built locally to exploit the skilled workforce. Typical of these are the 220 acre Wobaston Road i54 site which has Enterprise Zone status, and Hilton Cross north Wolverhampton. Hilton Cross is situated adjacent to Junction 1 of the M54 motorway and is designated for B1 and B2 usage and can accommodate office, production and R&D units, the 38 acre site is 85% developed. The i54 226 acre site is at Junction 2 of the M54. Jaguar Land Rover for a £355 million engine plant, Moog and Eurofins are on the site. Around 30 acres remain. In addition to i54 the Black Country Enterprise Zone, covers Wolverhampton Business Park, the Gateway office and hotel scheme, and Lupus Park which are all in that area.

Wolverhampton Retail Property

Retail development in Wolverhampton was focussed on a £300 million proposal called Summer Row, which was finally abandoned in 2011. The Council owns a considerable acreage in the central area and is looking to bring some plans forward, using land in their ownership. Three new foodstore developments for Tesco, Sainsbury's and an unamed operator are in train and the new bus station mixed use development, which was opened in 2011, is expected to extend to include the railway station.

Wolverhampton Leisure and Hospitality Property

The 2011 Bert Williams Leisure Centre and the South Wolverhampton and Bilston Academy comprise the first two phases of a large mixed use scheme known as Bilston Urban Village but around 90 acres of land remains available.

Commercial property in Wolverhampton suggestions

You may want to consider some of the following points as you carry out your search for commercial property in Wolverhampton. Along with the monthly rental payments or mortgage repayments you need to ensure that the business can afford the associated over heads with a certain commercial properties, such as business rates and utility costs. In most cases these few points would be worth considering, but there are usually plenty of other valid points that should also be considered on a case-by-case basis before you actually make an offer on a commercial property.

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Wolverhampton Property News

Steve Morgan makes indicative offer of £560 million to take Redrow private.
The independant directors of Redrow Plc are left to respond to this mornings expected launch of a possible offer at 152p for the housebuilder by it's Chairman Steve Morgan's vehicle Bridgemere Securities. The move was expected ever since it's founder regained power at Redrow, via a boardroom coup in...
1 in 7 Shops on UK High Streets are empty as footfall declines in traditional shopping locations
One in seven shops on the UK's high streets stood empty in 2011 and further closures are expected this year as more people shop online and in out-of-town centres. Town centre vacancy rates stabilised last year at an average of 14.3%, or 48,000 shops, according to a report by the Local Data Company, d...
Hansteen Q3 results show steady improvement
Hansteen Holdings, the UK and European property investment company, today reported in it's Q3 statement that despite the growing uncertainty both net occupancy and the rent roll have improved on a like for like basis. Hansteen is talking to a number of banks regarding sizeable potential acquisition ...
Tesco open more convenience stores than Sainsbury in H1 as LFL sales fall
With both Tesco and Sainsbury reporting H1 results today a comparison of the food retailing heavyweights is inevitable. At J Sainsbury, our third biggest grocer, total sales for second quarter are up 7.8% (4.4% excluding fuel), with like-for-like (LFL) sales for Q2 up 5.4% (1.9% excluding fuel) but ...
St Modwen report steady progress in 2009
St Modwen, the Birmingham-based regeneration specialist, said in an end of year statement today that it had continued to make good progress. It's void rate has reduced by a third since last year to 12% and the rent roll is up 6% to £46 million. St Modwen is currently building houses on two form...
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