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IM Properties is to undertake its third and final phase of speculative development at the Hub, Birmingham where it will develop three units totaling 152,000 sq ft.

Local contractor Benniman is partnering with IMP’s in-house project delivery team to build the 100,000 sq ft warehouse, alongside two smaller units of 30,000 sq ft and 22,000 sq ft, targeting local and regional companies needing easy access to the city.+

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A fast-growing technology communications business has switched its HQ to IM Properties’ (IMP) Blythe Valley Park (BVP) on J4 of the M42.

Wavenet was established in Birmingham in 2000, and is a respected provider of data, voice and cloud solutions to thousands of businesses across the UK, growing from 40 to 70 employees over the past 12 months and annual turnover of almost £25 million.

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IM Properties (IMP) has signed up Bloor Homes to deliver 170 new homes on its Blythe Valley Park (BVP) scheme near Junction 4 of the M42.

A reserved matters application will now be submitted detailing plans for the development, which represents the first phase of 750 homes granted outline consent in 2017.

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Birmingham City Council has unveiled IM Properties as its preferred Development Partner to bring forward the first phase of Peddimore – one of the UK’s largest prime manufacturing and logistic sites.

Set to create up to 10,000 jobs and contribute £350 million to the local economy, the collaboration between Birmingham City Council and IM Properties will look to create a ‘world class’ employment park, designed to retain and attract both local, wider Midlands and major national and international occupiers.

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Plans for a new £225m employment park on which parcel delivery firm DPD will occupy Europe’s largest automated parcel hub, have been given the go ahead creating up to 2,400 jobs.

Midlands-based IM Properties (IMP) will create the new 82 acre employment Park – Hinckley Park, near J1, M69, with 39 acres dedicated to the new £150m super-hub for parcel giant DPD – after planning permission was granted last night by Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council.

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One of Birmingham’s most successful companies will soon be moving home to a new purpose-built warehouse on the outskirts of the city, in a 15 year prelet secured by IM Properties (IMP).

Planning permission was gained by IMP and KitchenCraft for the 250,000 sq ft new building at The Hub, a thriving business park on the outskirts of the city.
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IM Properties has completed a 15,237 sq ft prelet for Warwickshire based automotive retailer Rybrook Holdings, the first part of 260,000 sq ft of office and commercial space to be delivered at Blythe Valley Park (BVP) this year.

Rybrook Holdings, which is one of the largest privately owned premium franchise car retailer groups in the UK, will use the building as a hi-tech aftersales and preparation centre for its Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Birmingham, McLaren Birmingham and Rybrook Specialist Used Car sales centres which are located in Hockley Heath, Solihull.Read More

Britain’s newest strategic land operator has marked its first anniversary with an impressive 12,000 plots under its control and a further 7,000 plots in legals.

IM Land was established by its corporate parent, Midland-based IM Properties (IMP) – to identify, acquire and promote land, which through a partnership approach could be developed into sustainable new mixed-use communities.Read More

Local recruit, Natasha Grogan, has won an Employee Recognition Award to celebrate 20 years since IM Properties acquired Birch Coppice Business Park off junction 10, M42 in North Warwickshire.

Natasha was shortlisted along with three other employees from across the park’s occupiers, for the contribution they have made both to their employers and the community.Read More

Coleshill based IM Properties is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Birch Coppice Business Park off junction 10, M42 and a partnership with the local community which has seen over 6,500 jobs created.

The former colliery in Dordon, North Warwickshire, which lay derelict for a decade before it was acquired by IM Properties in 1997, is now a fully occupied, sustainable, inter-modal business park, home to 21 leading businesses including HIB, CEVA, Ocado, UPS, Volkswagen and Euro car parts.Read More

Tim Wooldridge Managing Director, IM Properties said:

“It was good to hear the Chancellor talk about Britain being at the forefront of a technological revolution. We’re very conscious of the need to innovate in real estate and there’s been much talk of smart technology, AI and new forms of sustainable energy driving forward the industry.

“IM Properties was the first to develop an Electricity Cost Neutral Building for the logistics’ sector, however, this is only the tip of the iceberg and soon we will be seeing this form of sustainable battery power in our homes and offices.

“Investment in further research and development of new technologies can only be a major benefit to the UK and the businesses within it.”