Bespoke buildings of up to 450,000 sq ft are available at IM Properties’ 82-acre Hinckley Park scheme on junction 1, M69, following the successful disposal of nearly 900,000 sq ft to two leading international businesses.
Highways England has been instructed by Winvic Construction to complete works to the roundabout works on the A5 highway, which will provide access to Hinckley Park. These works are due to be completed in January 2021.
Hinckley 532 has been fully let to a Global Online Retail occupier. 18 acres of development land remain on the site that can accommodate a total of 450,000 sq ft, reserved for B1 and B2 uses.
Watch the video below to see the latest footage of progress being made at Hinckley Park – which comprises of Hinckley 532 and DPD’s new automated parcel depot!
Great progress is being made here at Hinckley Park! Watch the video below to see how DPD’s new automated parcel depot and Hinckley 532, a speculatively built cross dock industrial / logistics facility, is progressing.
Local students attended a construction careers event at North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College this week.
On 19th June 2019, students from Redmoor Academy visited Hinckley Park, as part of efforts to engage and inspire students about careers and opportunities in the built environment.
On 18th June 2019, IM Properties participated in the Careers Speed Networking event held at MIRA Technology Institute near Hinckley, an event that was organised by HBBC on behalf of the Employment and Skills Taskforce. The event was well received, with seven schools and over 80 children attending, and offered the students aged 12 to 14 the opportunity to gain careers advice in one-on-one, five minute networking sessions with professionals from 40 plus local businesses.
Opportunities to become qualified in the construction sector have been given a boost following the launch of an initiative that will see jobseekers gain hands on experience of roles in groundworks.
The developer of a £225 million business park in Hinckley has outlined its commitment to help reduce unemployment and raise skill levels.
IM Properties’ (IMP) pledge to the local community is part of an Employment and Skills Charter the company has signed in partnership with its main contractor, Winvic Construction Ltd, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council (H&BBC) and parcel giant, DPD, who is delivering a £150m new super-hub on the site.
On the 5th December 2018 we held a “Meet the Buyer” breakfast event, hosted at the Harrowbrook Training Centre, in partnership with NWSLC which enabled local businesses the opportunity to learn about IM Properties and Winvic Construction Ltd and about the Hinckley Park development.
IM Properties is to speculatively build a new 532,000 sq ft unit at Hinckley Park, adjacent to junction 1, M69.
Hinckley 532 will be built alongside a 318, 254 sq ft unit for DPD, who has already committed to the 82-acre employment park and will create Europe’s largest automated parcel depot.