Jaynic granted planning consent for final phase at Suffolk Park, Bury St Edmunds

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Developer Jaynic has been granted reserved matters planning consent from West Suffolk Council for two warehouses totalling 205,000 sq ft at Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds.

The warehouses, one of 128,000 sq ft and another of 77,000 sq ft will be on Suffolk Park’s final northern plot and are available on a pre-let or pre-sale basis. 

Ben Oughton, development director at Jaynic, said: “With the reserved matters consent having been granted we are now able to deliver these two final buildings within a rapid timescale on either a freehold or leasehold basis. This follows a strong 2022 with Evri, Greene King and Dellonda taking space on the park.”

Suffolk Park, has exceptional transport connections via the A14 corridor, linking it to Felixstowe, the UK’s largest container port, and to the Midlands and London via the M11, M25 and M1. 

Suffolk Park has been a great success since outline planning consent for the whole site was obtained in 2017, with 1.8m sq ft transacted to date and occupiers in addition to the 2022 uptake, including MH Star UK, Unipart Logistics, Treatt, Sealey, The East of England Ambulance Trust, Skechers and Bleckmann taking space.