A major developer has been given the green light to create two buildings which could bring more than 200 jobs to Warwick.
Warwick District Council has granted Sackville Properties, which developed and owns the Tournament Fields business park just off junction 15 of the M40, planning consent to build two new office buildings at the site.
The development would cost £3.2 million to create.
Sackville director Mike Bracken said: “These are in keeping with Tournament Fields, in that they are high quality buildings designed to attract companies to the development and to the area.
“We believe there is a gap in the regional market for buildings of this size and they would certainly bring something new to Tournament Fields and would be an asset to the region.”
Mr Bracken said the decision whether to press ahead with development of the buildings would be made in the new year.
Sackville has already created more than 85,000 sq ft of high-quality office accommodation at the 52-acre site and has detailed consent for a three-storey, 43,000 sq ft headquarters.
Earlier this year Sackville completed a 14,500 sq ft, two-storey building, which was let to Swiss sanitary ware firm Geberit and is home to about 30 staff. The two new buildings – of 11,800 sq ft and 14,600 sq ft – have been designed by the Archial Group in Warwick, and will be marketed by Wareing & Company and Savills.