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Fort Parkway Fort Parkway, Birmingham, B24 9PL

Key Points

  • Floor loading 50 KN/sqm
  • 45m yard depth
  • 12m eaves height
  • 16 dock levellers and 2 level access doors
  • Refurbished throughout


Fort Parkway (also known as The Fort Industrial Park) s a 26 unit industrial/trade counter development with frontage to the main A47 Fort Parkway. The units comprise modern and newly refurbished single storey industrial/warehouse and trade counter buildings with offices, service yard and parking. The units are of steel frame construction with part brick/block, part clad elevations surmounted by lined asbestos clad roofs incorporating translucent roof lights. The units benefit from concrete floors with vehicular access via roller shutter doors. Office accommodation is provided by way of full height brickwork pods with flat roofs over. Externally, each property benefits from shared service yards and car parking.


The park is based in Birmingham, a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England. It is the most populous British city outside London and is a major international commercial centre.

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