Plans unveiled for Aldi foodstore, Innovation Centre and Retail Kiosks at Suffolk Park

JAYNIC ANNOUNCE PLANS FOR PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF ALDI FOODSTORE, OFFICE INNOVATION CENTRE & RETAIL KIOSKS ON SUFFOLK PARK ENTERPRISE ZONE

Our clients Jaynic in conjunction with Aldi have announced exciting plans for the next proposed stage of development at Suffolk Park Enterprise Zone. The plans will see a 20,000 sq ft Aldi Foodstore positioned at the northwest corner of Suffolk Park Enterprise Zone. The store will be directly opposite the Sybil Andrews Academy and Audi Bury St Edmunds, ideally placed to provide amenity facility for the growing business park as well as serving the existing Moreton Hall business and residential areas.

Roland Stanley, Property Director at Aldi said the existing Dettingen Way store is ‘extremely popular’ with ‘many customers travelling across town’ to shop there.

“A new store will be more convenient to those people, as well as easing congestion at the existing store,” he said. “A number of our stores in East Anglia already trade successfully next to business parks and are a valuable amenity for those businesses and their staff.

A planning application is due to be submitted in the next three months and will also incorporate plans for a 30,000 sq ft office Innovation Centre and nine retail & amenity kiosk units. The proposed Innovation Centre will offer high quality office space at Suffolk Park and kiosks will be suitable for retail, business or other amenity uses.

Ben Oughton, Development Director at Jaynic, said: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Aldi, and our plans for a new innovation centre at Suffolk Park, which will create a high-quality space for local businesses to expand.

“We’re passionate about delivering enterprise opportunities for East Anglia and these mixed-use proposals demonstrate that commitment at Suffolk Park.”

Richard Pyatt commented, “We are thrilled to be involved with these exciting plans to provide amenity facilities such as a foodstore and smaller retail units at Suffolk Park.”

“The park comprises 114 acres and it is important that a business park of this size has on-site amenity to help attract businesses to relocate to the development. As well as providing amenity for people working at Suffolk Park the facilities will also be beneficial for the growing residential population at Moreton Hall and existing Moreton Hall business occupiers.”

For further information please contact either Richard or Jonathan to discuss opportunities at Suffolk Park.


Richard Pyatt MRICS

Director – Commerical Property
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