Warwick based Tournament Fields Business Park attracts global interest

With an impressive portfolio of occupiers from Germany, Japan, America, Switzerland and indeed the UK, what makes Tournament Fields Business Park so sought after?

Tournament Fields is a thriving business park located adjacent to Junction 15 of the M40 motorway, south west of Warwick town centre. The park benefits from direct access to the Midlands motorway network and excellent transport links to Warwick and the surrounding areas.

It comes as no surprise that this impressive business park, owned and built out by Sackville Developments (Warwick) LTD, part of Clowes Developments, has attracted a mixture of global and regional occupiers. Semcon, Eagle Burgmann, Geberit, GFA, 3P Innovation and Scholastic have all moved to the park in recent years and some have established it as their UK headquarters.

Clowes Developments strive for ‘imaginative property development and investment that creates diverse and inventive new places to live and work’.

With a large proportion of Tournament Fields built and occupied, there remains two sizable plots available for ‘design and build’ opportunities. Clowes Developments has extensive experience in building to meet the specific needs of their client and delivering Grade A office and manufacturing solutions at multiple sites up and down the UK.

Whilst creating an efficient working space is paramount from an occupier/user perspective, the aesthetic details of the buildings and the surrounding environment has been given great consideration throughout the Tournament Fields development. The creation of carefully landscaped areas for the occupiers to enjoy has certainly proven to set this business park apart from others.

Paul Shanley, Director, Sackville Developments (Warwick) Ltd commented: “For us, the approach we take to all of our work is to see potential and find the best way of realising that while building relationships and delivering everything with a personal touch. We have a consistent flow of interest on our remaining space at Tournament Fields with a major enquiry coming from a New Zealand based firm. We continue to draw interest on a worldwide scale and that presents some exciting opportunities for Warwick.”