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Stoford unveils new development plans at £38m site

Birmingham developer is working Liberty Property Trust on the speculative project in Staffordshire

CGI of Stoford's plans for Liberty Park in Lichfield

Major plans have been brought forward to develop industrial space in Lichfield.

Birmingham-based developer Stoford is working with the UK arm of US investor Liberty Property Trust to build three speculative industrial and warehouse units on the £38 million Liberty Park complex.

The units will be 102,000 sq ft, 31,500 sq ft and 27,000 sq ft respectively.

The planning application is to be lodged this month with the aim of starting construction in the summer.

The development already has an outline planning consent for a total development of 441,00 sq ft.

Stoford's director Tony Nash said: "It is great news that we should be able to start on site at Liberty Park soon.

"Units of this size are in high demand and we have purposely made the two small units easily dividable to enable further accessibility for growing businesses in the area."

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