Strawberry Meadows Business Park
Say hello to Strawberry Meadows Business Park!
The brand new state-of-the-art £11million business and industrial hub, formerly known as the Alker Lane Development, will be based on Euxton Lane in Chorley.
The development will see a mix of office and light industrial space and will include a range of options for let ranging from small 500sqft units providing a multitude of uses through to larger 5,000sqft units.
If your business is interested in expanding or relocating to Chorley, email our lettings team now!
Expressions of interest in the site can be sent to email@example.com and a member of the team will contact you to discuss.
Why choose Strawberry Meadows Business Park?
The development will boast fantastic transport links and will complement another state-of-the-art development in Chorley, Strawberry Fields digital hub, which is just a short distance away, and will help provide premises for businesses looking to expand or relocate into the borough.
Chorley is a fantastic place to do businesses and we are so pleased that we are able to bring forward high quality, much needed office and industrial space.
This project will bring a raft of benefits to the borough including job opportunities and modern working space that can cater for a range of businesses.
Local Contractor, John Turner Construction have been appointed to work with Chorley Council to deliver the development.
A groundbreaking ceremony took place on 25 June and the development is set to open Spring 2022
Investment and funding
£2.25m of funding for the project has been awarded to the council from the Lancashire Getting Building Fund from Lancashire Enterprise Partnership and HM Government's Northern Powerhouse.
To date the government has awarded £319.7m from the Getting Building Fund in the Northern Powerhouse. This is providing targeted financial support to locally determined projects in order to unlock growth and give local people the powers and tools they need to drive forward growth for their areas.
Lancashire has received £34.1m from the Getting Building Fund which has been allocated to 10 projects across the County.