Wolverhampton was renowned as a centre for steel and iron manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution. Today the city continues this industrial tradition as a hub for automotive and aerospace manufacturing and for small industrial companies supplying high-quality goods.
Companies like Jaguar Land Rover, Moog Aerospace, and Eurofins Labs maintain manufacturing and research and development sites in Wolverhampton on the ultra-modern i54 industrial park. The proximity of the M6, M54, and M5 motorways also make Wolverhampton a good site for storage and distribution centres. The rest of the UK can be reached within a couple of hours for deliveries to point of sale locations.
If you are looking for industrial space in Wolverhampton, whether it’s high-quality modern manufacturing and research sites or small workshops, we can help. At Commercial Property Broker we specialise in locating the best premises for our clients.
Vacant industrial units aren’t always well-advertised or easy to track down for companies working alone. With our specialist support we make sure you have a complete picture of what’s currently available in Wolverhampton to meet your needs.
Wolverhampton council owns well over 100 industrial small units available for use as workshops and storage space. Facilities like the Springvale and Bluebird estates provide larger units for light industry and manufacturing. The old Sunbeam automotive is another site that’s now been broken into warehouses of up to 10,000 square feet.
Just let our consultants know what you’re for in terms of storage space and whether you’ll need permission within the lease to install large machinery. Then we’ll get to work for you.