Morris Property has completed the second phase of Ni.PARK, Telford & Wrekin Council’s agricultural technology scheme in Newport, Shropshire.
Phase two of the multimillion-pound development includes three energy efficient units each covering 10,000 sq ft in landscaped grounds.
It was built over 36 weeks and sits adjacent to the initial 24 starter units, which were completed by the property developer in 2021.
The latest milestone was marked with a handover event attended by councillor Nathan England, Telford & Wrekin Council’s cabinet member for finance, customer service and governance, the council’s senior surveyor Catherine Hawksworth and Morris Property’s construction manager Steve Flavell.
Flavell said: “We are delighted to reach completion of this innovative project and proud to have been selected to partner with Telford & Wrekin Council to deliver the first two phases of this major agricultural technology park.
“Businesses are already thriving in the starter units and we wish the new tenants the best of luck in their new homes.”
England added: “This is great news for Newport and the completion of phase two paves the way for more agri-tech businesses to locate to the area.”
Source: Insider Media Limited