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FIREM: Creating Industrial Zones Where Business Thrives

FIREM: Creating Industrial Zones Where Business Thrives

Developer and Asset Management company, FI Real Estate Management (FIREM), boasts a £2bn real estate portfolio totalling more than 1,000 properties and spanning more than 15m sq ft.  

The company is now one of the UK’s most established names in commercial property, with extensive expertise in the provision of warehouse and logistics space. 

Businesses both new and expanding are benefitting from the superior offering of well- connected multi-functional industrial zones,  strategically located in geographical hot spots across the UK. A further 5m sq ft of land is being targeted for acquisition by 2026 which will enable FIREM to add to its growing collection of new build commercial properties. 

These include a flagship suite of developments at Wrexham Industrial Estate stretching across 85 acres of land and are already offering new opportunities for roadside retail, leisure, industrial and trade counter businesses in North Wales. Travel eastwards and you’ll find the creation of nine new units at Astmoor Point in Runcorn as well as 13,201 sq ft of multi-let trade and industrial units at Winnington Business Park in Northwich. 

FIREM is also set to commence a major redevelopment and investment programme of the historic 21-acre Botany Bay site in Chorley, which will see the delivery of 33 individual units for industrial and commercial use.

In the office market, the firm has developed a new 2.58-acres industrial estate at Gemini Point, Peterlee which offers a variety of units ranging from 5,400 sq ft to 7,400 sq ft. 

Renowned for its high standards of customer service for its 1,075 tenants nationwide,  FIREM offers businesses of all sizes an exciting opportunity to take their growth plans to the next level. Call 01257 263 010 to find out more or contact us via our website www.fi-rem.com.

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