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Selly Oak Shopping Park Aston Webb Boulevard, Selly Oak, Birmingham, B29 6SN

Size
227,150 sq ft
15
Units
2
Units To Let

Description

A new 190,000 sq ft open A1 Shopping Park anchored by a 115,000 sq ft Sainsbury's, M&S Foodhall and Next.

Other occupiers include JD Sports, Nando's, Wilko, Costa, Superdrug, Mountain Warehouse, Thomas Cook, The Works and Card Factory.

Location

Situated in South West Birmingham in the affluent suburbs near to Edgbaston, Harborne, Moseley and Kings Norton. The site is located on the new link road bypass for the A38 with a roundabout junction allowing very good accessibility and prominence.

The A38 is the main south-west arterial road linking the city centre to junction 4 of the M5 motorway.

Birmingham University Campus and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital complex are close-by.

Class Usage
A1 - Open retail consent

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Anchor Tenants

Sainsbury's, M&S and Next

Availability

Two units available from 3,600 sq ft - 4,500 sq ft.

Ownership

M&G Real Estate


Travel

Parking

863


Demographics

10 minute drive time population 226,000.

20 miniute drive time population 850,000.

Comparison Goods Spend within the 10 minute drive time is in this region of £607 million.

Comparison Goods Spend within the 20 minute drive time is in the region of £2,119 million.


Misrepresentation Notice

All the above information and descriptions (whether in the text, plans or photographs) are given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact. Any areas, measurements or distances referred to are approximate only.

Site Plan

1 M&S Foodhall 11,000 sq ft
2 Next 16,000 sq ft
3 JD Sports 5,201 sq ft
4 Superdrug 4,000 sq ft
5 Wilko 10,500 sq ft
6A Mountain Warehouse 3,541 sq ft
6B To Let 3,500 sq ft
7A Card Factory 4,500 sq ft
7B Thomas Cook 1,250 sq ft
8 Costa 2,000 sq ft
9A Greggs 1,396 sq ft
9B The Works 2,300 sq ft
10 Nando's 3,500 sq ft
11 To Let 4,500 sq ft
Food Sainsbury's 115,000 sq ft

Meet the Neighbours

Communications

Thanks to its position in the centre of the country, Birmingham is easy to reach by road, rail, air, and even canal. There are also a series of cycle paths throughout the city, which make commuting by bike a popular option.

Road

Birmingham is set at the heart of the UK motorway network and, on arrival, there are 25,000 car parking spaces to choose from.

Rail

Three City Centre rail stations provide fast and frequent connections to both local and national destinations. The largest of these is Birmingham New Street station, with fast and frequent services into London Euston as well as many other towns and cities across the UK. For commuters, there is a new light rail system, the Midland Metro, with frequent services between the City Centre and Wolverhampton, and everywhere in between. Birmingham International services both Birmingham Airport and the National Exhibition Centre.

Bus

Birmingham is well served by bus routes, with a huge network linking everyone and everything efficiently.

Plane

Birmingham Airport hosts over 50 airlines coming from over 100 destinations, both long haul and short hops, and is easily accessed by road and by rail via Birmingham International station.

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Population
1.1 million+
Home to
34,285+ companies
Annual
Visitors

37.2 million+ in 2015
Home to
8,000 acres parks

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