Goodman breaks ground at Nuneaton logistics park

Goodman Group has announced that its global operations have achieved carbon neutrality, four years ahead of its original 2025 target.

Together with Bedworth Borough Council and construction partner Winvic, Goodman has started work on a 230,000 sq ft logistics and industrial property development on a 10-acre plot at Bermuda Park in Nuneaton, UK.

Bermuda Park is a well-established location for distribution and logistics and is already home to several retailers, manufacturers and 3PLs. The site, called Nuneaton 230, is located north of Coventry and two miles from Junction 3 of the M6. Customers and employees will benefit from the proximity to the UK railway and motorway network, with access to more than 5.5m consumers within a 60-minute HGV drivetime.

The warehouse is set to offer generous internal height and an efficient layout and is due to be complete by the end of this year. 

Nigel Dolan, Development Director at Goodman, said, “The Nuneaton 230 should create up to 350 jobs. Nuneaton 230 will cement Bermuda Park’s status as a key logistics and distribution location, opening up access to a substantial consumer base and benefitting from strong transport links. Given this connectivity, we anticipate the development will appeal to logistics companies and retailers operating on a national and regional basis, all aiming to respond to rapidly evolving markets and invest in the efficiency of their supply chains.”

Source: Goodman