Prospero Ansty Park: Building tomorrow’s building today

Mar 19, 2021

At Prospero Ansty Park, we understand the importance of ensuring that as society and technology change, our buildings are ahead of the curve.

The Park prides itself on its high sustainability targets, with its latest industrial scheme, Apollo, targeting BREEAM Excellent & EPC A ratings, as well as incorporating a high quality landscaped environment, staff breakout spaces, improved natural light to office spaces through full height curtain walling and a gym/trail around the Park. If the pandemic has shown us one thing, it’s the importance of staff health and wellbeing, and at the Park we are doing all we can to ensure that our developments are somewhere that staff feel valued and comfortable, which allows contentment and productivity to flourish.

To date, Prospero Ansty Park is currently home to seven football pitches worth of photovoltaic panels, as well as tens of electric car charging points for each development. Both Meggitt’s complete superfacility and Cadent’s HQ, currently under construction, include provision for rainwater harvesting to limit water wastage. Whilst building these units, the fit-out materials are procured and manufactured from within a 100-mile radius and include an element of recycled content where possible.

As developers, it’s imperative that we place a huge importance on creating green and sustainable buildings, both for the sake of our occupiers, and to safeguard the future of the planet. We all have a role to play to limit our carbon footprint, and here at Prospero Ansty Park we are making sure that our buildings are smarter, economic and more connected.

If you’re interested in reading more about our new BREEAM Excellent scheme, Apollo, click here.

If you would prefer a more tailored solution, get in touch to see how Prospero Ansty Park could work for you.

RETAIL: Stove Works Retail Park, Royal Leamington Spa

Opus Land and Savills Investment Management purchased a brownfield site, which was formerly a Ford Factory car park and obtained planning for a 60,000 sq. ft retail space, located just 0.5 miles from the town centre and 15 minutes’ walk from the train station.

INDUSTRIAL: Prospero, Ansty

Together with their joint venture partner, Manse LLP, and on behalf of Rolls-Royce, Opus Land are delivering more than 2 million sq. ft of space at Prospero, Ansty, starting with a 490,000 sq. ft manufacturing facility for Meggitt PLC.

WAREHOUSE: Conneqt Alpha

Opus Land and Bridges completed an 153,800 sq. ft unit with 16 loading doors at the Kingwood Lakeside Business Park in Cannock.

OFFICES: 54 Hagley Road, Birmingham

A 160,950 sq. ft multi-let office, three miles from Birmingham city centre which underwent a comprehensive refurbishment programme by Opus Land and was sold for £24.25m.