Foxmoor Business Park at Wellington was always a back water in a prime location until the new access came to fruition when the 25 acres suddenly gained frontage entrance to a very busy feeder road to the M5 les then 500m away.

Such strategic tactic with a relatively low cost changed the fortunes of this site with a fairly benign planning battle and this suited the owners and the locals alike. But out of policy the employment uses were once undesirable the local authorities have had to swallow their pride and acknowledge the site provides a vital part of the employment economy and bears very little trouble in terms of visual amenity or unmanageable uses.

  • strategic thinking
  • planning
  • markets