Consultation launched on plans to redevelop Lilford Road business centre

A public consultation has been launched by a business developer about its initial plans to redevelop the Lilford Road Business Centre.

The site is currently occupied by several industrial buildings which the developer Bloom, which describes itself as a urban warehouse investment and development manager, believes are no longer “fit for purpose”. They are proposing to create a new “industrial estate comprising nine, two-storey warehouse spaces with a single central yard for loading and deliveries”. The plans also include a of green landscaping improvements and sustainability commitments.

Site plan of the proposed new development.

The consultation is designed by the company to test the local’s community’s views about the proposals before a planning application is submitted.

Local councillors, Cllr Paul Gadsby and Cllr Annie Gallop, are urging residents to give their views about the proposals here.