KWB acquires prime Solihull office development site

KWB Birmingham commercial property agents have acquired one of the most sought-after, prime development sites for offices Solihull, adjacent to Birmingham International Railway Station.

Acting on behalf of a private owner-occupier client, Mark Robinson, Director of KWB’s office agency team acquired T4, Trinity Park, Bickenhill Lane, Solihull, from Aberdeen Asset Management for an undisclosed sum.

T4 is a one-acre development site with planning permission for a 45,000 sq ft office building, located next to T3, a 50,000 sq ft office building, and part of the Trinity Park office development.

T4 offices Solihull

Mark Robinson said: “T4 is one of the few remaining, prime development sites for offices Solihull. It could not be in a better position in what has become one of – if not THE most important office location in the Midlands, situated as it is adjacent to Birmingham International Station and very close to the A45 Coventry Road and Junction 6 of the M42, Birmingham Airport and the NEC.

“Many have tried and failed to acquire this site for a number of years, but through hard work and persistence, we finally managed to unlock it.

“Our client plans to build out the site as a prime Grade ‘A’ headquarters office building for self-occupation.”

There is a continued drought of available high-quality office space in Solihull – see M42 and Solihull office market research, caused by consistently strong demand from a wide range of occupiers. In 2017, this has seen rents rise and increase in freehold sales, both from owner-occupiers and investors – with purchasers eager to secure premises long-term.

KWB is the most active office agent in Solihull and the M42 corridor, securing more than 60% of sales and lettings in 2016. Each quarter, KWB produces comprehensive research into the Solihull office market – the latest report can be found here.

Further information about office space in Solihull and the M42 area is available from Mark Robinson on 0121 233 2330 or email

    Mark Robinson KWB Director office agency