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Apollo Business Parks LLP are a UK-based partnership that specialise in transforming disused, brownfield sites into modern commercial property developments.
We are currently engaged in developing the 6.5-acre former site of the North Oxfordshire Ironstone Company's headquarters and railway locomotive yards at Wroxton, nr Banbury into a limited number of modern, small- business units which are designed to be visually sympathetic with their idyllic countryside location.
Phase 1 of this development, consisting of nine units ranging in size from 1,000 sq.ft to 6,500 sq.ft, was successfully completed in the summer of 2006 and have all been sold to owner/occupiers and investors.
Phase 2 was granted planning permission by Cherwell District Council in 2015 and consists of ten small business units of 1,600 sq.ft/unit. Each unit has its own car parking areas and the site is extensively and imaginatively landscaped, including a railway heritage feature as a nod to the site’s original use.
Phase 2 sold out completely prior to the completion of construction
The final phase of development – Phase 3 – is currently with Cherwell District Council for consideration and it is hoped that a planning decision will be made before the end of 2016.
Phase 3 is anticipated to consist of a further 10 small business units of 1,000 sq.ft footprint with a 600 sq.ft mezzanine and each unit will be offered for sale freehold - Download Brochure
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Phase 2 - 10 x Small Business Units
available for freehold sale.
For further details, please contact:
Apollo Business Parks LLP
Unit 17, Apollo Office Court
Our latest project - Apollo Office Court, nr. Buckingham - is a highly innovative and contemporary office campus design consisting of twenty small office units built around a central courtyard and including communal kitchen and meeting room facilities. This project was successfully completed in the Spring of 2008.
Full details can be found at: www.apollo3.co.uk