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One of Birmingham’s most successful employment locations is now all-but full – as the last three speculative units complete at IM Properties’ (IMP) The Hub.

IMP acquired the 90-acre Witton site in 2013 and transformed it into a thriving employment park employing circa.1500 people and attracting big name occupiers including Argos Online, EEF, TNT and Kitchencraft.

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IM Properties (IMP) has submitted a reserved matters planning application for a new
15,500 sq ft, Grade A office building, at Blythe Valley Park (BVP).

Having successfully let its FIRST spec built office building to Solihull based accountants, Jerroms in September of last year, IMP is now pushing ahead with its proposal for a second self-contained, headquarters quality office scheme.

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One of the world’s leading global technology companies is relocating its existing Shirley based workforce to IM Properties’ (IMP) Blythe Valley Business Park (BVP), junction 4, M42.

IM Properties has sold a nine acre plot to ZF for the company to develop a purpose built regional technical centre and office building, bringing current staff under one roof, from its current campus of four buildings in Shirley. 

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IM Properties has launched a £270,000 community fund to assist local projects surrounding the proposed Peddimore employment park.

The Peddimore Community fund will be managed by the Heart of England Community Foundation, and the first set of grants of up to £2000 will be awarded on a quarterly basis during 2019, with applications now open for April.

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A planning application for Peddimore, a major new employment site in Minworth which could create up to 6,500 direct new jobs and attract leading manufacturing and logistics companies, has been submitted to Birmingham City Council.

Leading investor in the Midlands, IM Properties (IMP), is seeking permission to deliver 66.5 hectares of employment space and infrastructure that could create a new economic asset for Royal Sutton Coldfield and Birmingham.

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IM Properties has forged partnerships with four community organisations as it begins to outline the long term legacy it wants to create at Peddimore, Birmingham.

St Basils, The Jericho Foundation, The Pioneer Group and Witton Lodge, will all work with IM Properties to ensure individuals and communities most in need, benefit from both the social and economic value the company and its supply chain looks to deliver.

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Gymshark, one of the world’s fastest-growing fitness apparel brands, has taken more space at IM Properties’ (IMP) Blythe Valley Park (BVP).

Last year, Gymshark chose the park as its location for their global GSHQ, relocating from Redditch and taking 42,000 sq ft of Grade A space on a 10-year lease.

The online fitness apparel retailer has signed up to IMP’s award winning Connexion campus of five high specification industrial & logistic units, taking 31,000 sq ft.

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IM Properties’ new speculatively built FIRST offices at Blythe Valley Park (BVP), junction 4, M42, are to be the new HQ of Solihull based accountants and business advisers, Jerroms.

Currently employing close to 100 people, with a view to increasing its size by 50 per cent in the next three years, the new 15,000 sq ft offices, which are the first speculative offices to be built on the M42 for a decade, will provide room to grow and a statement building to reflect Jerroms’ corporate ambitions.

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IM Properties’ (IMP) has confirmed that Home Bargains and The Food Warehouse will join Lidl at its Bromsgrove Retail Park.

With all three retailers set to be open by Christmas, the Birmingham Road site is almost fully occupied, with talks underway with two leisure operators to take the last remaining unit.

Harry Goodman, IMP’s asset manager said, “We’re extremely pleased to bring these retailers to Bromsgrove to sit alongside Lidl, who we signed at the beginning of the year.

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