Upton business centre near Malvern to expand

Photo shows: Martin Wilesmith (left) and Mark Wilesmith (right) joint owners of Upton Business Centre
Upton Business Centre, nr Worcester

Owners at Upton Business Centre have been granted planning permission by Malvern Hills District Council to increase the site by 2 acres.

The expansion amounts to a 50% increase in lettable space at the Centre which is in Welland Road, Upton. Planning permission has been granted for a secure compound extending to approximately 70,000 sq ft. Smaller secure compounds from 15,000 sq ft  are available.

Current tenants include national companies such as Greenthumb Lawn Treatment Services, RSK Raw Ltd which specialises in pollution response and BR Hodgson Ltd which supplies key services to the construction industry. One of the main advantages of the site is its secured hard surface yard area which provides ample storage for materials and equipment. There are no working hours limitations at the site.

There are currently 9 units at Upton Business Centre and a further 31 at Link Business Centre in Malvern, with both centres being operated by father and son Martin and Mark Wilesmith.

Martin Wilesmith said ‘We have already received a number of enquiries to take up space on this new extension which is ideal for general industry use. Upton Business Centre has excellent motorway links to the M50 and M5 and it is a popular location for expanding businesses. There is plenty of open space available and it is a well-maintained site with high levels of security.  We have the flexibility to respond quickly and can tailor the premises to our client’s requirements.’

Upton Business Centre in Worcestershire provides an efficient working environment for small and medium sized businesses. It offers spacious commercial/industrial units ranging from 600 to 3,500 sq ft in size and ample parking. It is a secure, well-maintained and serviced site close to the M5 and M50 and is located on high ground near Upton town centre. The Centre is in close proximity to Great Malvern, Worcester and Tewkesbury.