Peddimore is a high-quality development that will be a best in class employment location for national and international manufacturing and logistics businesses.
Occupying a strategic position on the edge of Birmingham and close to key transport routes, it will be one of the Midlands’ most important economic assets and provide excellent employment opportunities for local people from all backgrounds.
With planning permission secured in September 2019, we are now delivering strategic infrastructure to open up the site, including roads, landscaping, utilities, footpaths and cycle routes. We’re also starting construction of the first building for a prospective occupier, which will be completed in 2023 and create in excess of 1,000 full-time jobs.
Explore our website to find out more about Peddimore and how it’s set to benefit Birmingham, the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield and wider Midlands region.
You can read our latest community newsletter here.
We have developed an immersive virtual tour of the Peddimore employment park.
The tour includes key viewpoints based on the indicative masterplan for the site that you can view 360° and click on hotspots to review specific details about the development.
The tour reflects the detailed plans for Unit B, which is designed to meet the specific requirements of the first prospective occupier at Peddimore.
The tour also shows detailed plans for Unit A, which will sit at the gateway into the site from the A38 and be able to accommodate a range of employment uses, including manufacturing and logistics.
The development is set to become one of the region’s most important employment and economic locations and will provide excellent employment opportunities for local people from all backgrounds.
Support individuals on the Building Birmingham Scholarship programme
work placement hours
Ensure 50% of what we spend is with local suppliers
Host five 'meet the buyers' events to introduce local businesses and SMEs to live commercial opportunities
donations for good causes
Work with 12 community organisations across eight projects