Slough Trading Estate is soon to be enhanced with more business diversity with nine new buildings as part of an industrial redevelopment.

SEGRO is set to deliver the new "speculatively-built" industrial units, which they say will provide "highly sustainable space" for a wide range of businesses at the Trading Estate.

The project will see the land formerly occupied by a single building at 136 Edinburgh Avenue redeveloped to create over 107,000 sq ft of warehouse space.

The space will be split into units of varying size - from small units suitable for smaller and growing enterprises – to larger units of 32,000 and 45,000 sq ft to accommodate larger operations.

SEGRO states the units will offer EV charging points to 20 per cent of parking spaces, smart building sensors and controls.

The buildings will be built with the environment in mind, with energy-saving panels being used.

All units will also offer showers and the development will benefit from ample secure bike storage including electric bike chargers to encourage customer employees to cycle to work.

The development is expected to be completed by January 2025.

Jo Jackson, Director, Thames Valley at SEGRO, said: “This is another great example of how we are continuing to evolve the Slough Trading Estate to meet the demands of our modern-day customers.

"On this occasion, we’re taking a site previously occupied by a single building that was at the end of its economical life and transforming it into nine high quality, sustainable industrial units that are suitable for a diverse range of different sized companies operating different types of business.

Slough Trading Estate is the largest privately-owned business park in single ownership in Europe.

Over 30 per cent of buildings on the estate are less than 10 years old.

The Estate currently has very few available units, with over 96 per cent of the space currently let to a mix of both large and small businesses.