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Artist's rendering of the Hereford Enterprise Park development. (photo: Britcon Limited)
Artist's rendering of the Hereford Enterprise Park development.
13.12.2018, 12:20

Britcon Appointed Contractor for Ambitious Enterprise Park Scheme

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Commercial property developer Priority Space has appointed building and civil engineering Company Britcon to deliver a 68,000 sq ft industrial and office development over two phases at Centenary Park in Hereford.

 

Centenary Park is a £6 million collaboration with Herefordshire County Council to deliver sixty new SME units at Skylon Park, a 110-acre business site located in the Hereford Enterprise Zone.  The project is the largest speculative industrial and office investment in Hereford since the 1950’s.

 

Britcon is now on-site delivering phase one which includes 17,000 sq ft of industrial space for completion early 2019 and 18,000 sq ft of offices which will be ready by Spring 2019. The scheme will be the most sustainable buildings ever constructed within the Enterprise Zone with the benefit of solar PV and electric car charging points.

 

Paul Clarkson, Managing Director at Britcon said, “We are pleased to secure this major contract with Priority Space which is building a strong portfolio of commercial property investments across the UK.  We have already successfully completed three previous design and build projects with the team and look forward to cementing our relationship further with Skylon Park.   

 

Britcon’s commercial sector experience includes the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) in Sheffield, Markham Vale in Chesterfield, Treleigh Industrial Estate in Cornwall, and Langage Science Park in Plymouth.

 

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