A leader in the manufacture of kitchen and bathroom products has today announced plans to create a state-of-the-art distribution, training and office unit in Worcestershire.
Kohler Mira, parent company of leading UK shower brand Mira Showers, is initially investing over £20 million in the first phase of its 11.3-acre development.
Phase 1 of the scheme will deliver a unit of 158,000 sq ft with a further phase delivering up to an additional 100,000 sq ft.
For the full news story please read: Kohler Mira unveils Worcester Six plans
Construction work has started on a new £13 million headquarters building at Worcester Six Business Park for Kimal's arrival later this year.
Worcestershire company Kimal Plc is relocating and expanding its headquarters to a 140,000 sq. ft. unit at Worcester Six – a £120 million business park located on the outskirts of Worcester near Junction 6 of the M5.
It was the first company to commit to moving to the site, followed by Spire Healthcare and one of Europe's largest 3D printing companies, Material Solutions, part of Siemens.
The announcement that one of Europe's largest 3D printing companies, Siemens, is moving onto the flagship Worcester Six Business Park, has been welcomed today by the County Council.
The company is investing £27million and the move will create 55 new jobs in the county.
Worcester Six Business Park has been identified within Worcestershire's Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) as one of the county's "game changer" sites – key employment sites seen as important in driving the county's future economic prosperity.
With funding from the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership's' Local Growth Dea', Worcestershire County Council is working in partnership with leading Birmingham – based commercial property developer Stoford Developments on the with private sector investment from Liberty Property Trust. The £120m Worcester Six Business Park will provide up to 1.5m sq ft of accommodation in a range of units, when fully developed.