The refurbishment of industrial units and offices at Parc Menter, Amlwch is well underway.
The £2m refurbishment is being undertaken by Pi Real Estate a subsidiary of Hurstwood Holdings. The original property will be split to provide a range of units for industrial, warehouse and office occupiers. There will be a total of 10 units ranging in size from 955 sq ft to 21,000 sq ft which will be ready for occupation in Q2 2024. The split has been designed to appeal to a wide range of businesses from start-ups to those looking to expand.
Parc Menter is situated on the north coast of the Isle of Anglesey and is the largest site and building on the well established Amlwch Industrial Estate.
The building has the advantage of large service yard areas with excellent HGV access and extensive parking areas to the front, side and rear.
The site benefits from being part of the Anglesey Enterprise Zone and regeneration area, allowing tenants access to additional Welsh Government support, unique enterprise zone funding streams and training opportunities. The port of Holyhead is less than a 20 minute drive to the west, with the advantage of Anglesey’s newly approved bid to become the first Welsh Freeport.
The Anglesey Energy Island programme aims to put Anglesey at the forefront as a hub for investment in the sphere of renewable and low carbon energy. The site lies approximately 7 miles from Wylfa which remains a designated location for new nuclear generation development in the Government’s “Civil Nuclear Roadmap to 2050” published in January 2024.
In addition, just off the coast from Almwch Port is Awel Y Mor, RWE’s new offshore windfarm development, which will cover an area of 78 square kilometres and provide up to 50 new turbines.
There is an abundance of skilled labour in the immediate area. Other notable occupiers on the estate include Detsche Windtechnik, Huws Gray and the Welsh Ambulance Service.
Interested parties should contact letting agents Legat Owen or BA Commercial.
Rupert Chadwick-Dunbar [email protected]
Mark Diaper [email protected]
Robbie Clarke [email protected]
Howard Cole [email protected]