About the site
Plymouth Enterprise Park is a regeneration project of the site until recently occupied by Toshiba and dates back from the original Bush Radio factory built in 1948.
The former factory has now been completely demolished and the first occupiers have either moved onto the Phase 1 site or are developing their detailed designs and gearing up to occupy the site. This leaves the Phase 2 site, comprising 4.6 acres of ready-to go new business space. The site has full services, is well accessible from the highway and provides a high degree of flexibility in terms of size, shape and segregation of operations on any new project.
The location is well proven for access to roads, services, public transport and the labour force of Plymouth with major businesses such as Kawasaki and Vi-Spring as neighbours in a geographically stunning area of the Tamar River.
London & Devonshire Trust’s vision for the location is simple and logical: by providing a serviced site with a planning consent that is sufficiently flexible to meet most occupiers needs a new facility can be provided with the minimum of delay and at least a quickly as any other site in the south west.