New planning application submitted for latest phase at Brockeridge Park, Tewkesbury

Gloucestershire developer, Tiarks Developments has submitted an outline planning application for the latest phase of its flagship Brockeridge Business Park at junction 1 of the M50 near Tewkesbury.

The application for distribution, light industrial and associated offices totals 4,553 sq m (49,000 sq ft) split into 1,845 sq m B1 offices, 1,354 sq m B2 industrial and 1,354 sq m B8 storage / distribution. The close proximity of Brockeridge Park to the national motorway network (J1, M50 less than one minute; J8 M5 three minutes) means that the latest phase would be ideally suited to a distribution or transport operation or a light manufacturing business.

Flexibility is key with the outline planning application and Tiarks Property Developments are interested in talking to potential occupiers about their specific requirements which could be accommodated at Brockeridge Park within a 999-year leasehold agreement.

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Since its first phase opened in Autumn 2008, Brockeridge Park, Tewkesbury has been a major success. It has attracted a broad range of occupiers from hi-tech aviation and defence companies to software, construction, civil engineering, consultancy and media businesses. Phase 1 comprises a total of 20,000 sq ft in eight traditionally-built, high-quality offices buildings within four attractive landscaped courtyards.

Phase 2 already has full planning permission in place for the commercial development of over 14,000 sq ft (1,300 sq m) of new, high-quality office space around a landscaped courtyard. It is shovel ready for the right occupier ready to invest in the creation of a superb, bespoke office environment, purpose designed to its own specification.

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Developer, Caspar Tiarks of Tiarks Developments, “This is an exciting time for Brockeridge Park and builds on the success and popularity of phase 1. Phase 2 is a great prospect for an owner occupier and is ready to go and we have submitted an outline planning application to Tewkesbury Borough Council for the latest flexible phase.“

He continuned, “This is an excellent opportunity for a distribution or transport business to take advantage of Brockeridge’s excellent location and highly successful formula. Phase 3 in common with the rest of Brockeridge Park, can also benefit from the development’s own high-speed broadband network. Its attractive rural setting right on the national motorway network would suit any business needing strong transport links and keen to escape a lengthy commute to work or urban congestion.”

There is more information on the Brockeridge Park website,

Further details are available from Caspar Tiarks on 01684 274 773 or; Paul Maguire of John Ryde Commercial on 01242 576276 or; Rob Champion of Fisher German on 01905 728434 or


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