A West Midlands-based housebuilder is laying the foundations for future expansion by relocating its headquarters in a move that more than doubles the size of its offices.
Commercial property consultancy Burley Browne, acting on behalf of landlord Instarmac, secured a letting to Owl Homes for 6,047 sq ft of office space at Birch Coppice Business Park, Tamworth.
Birch Coppice Business Park itself has in excess of 370,000 sq m of floor space with occupiers including UPS, VW, Instarmac and Euro Car Parts together with the Birmingham Intermodal Freight Terminal.
Steven Hannaford, senior surveyor at Burley Browne, said: “Owl Homes is a very ambitious company which has several impressive housing developments. They were keen to find office accommodation that will allow them to grow the business in the next few years.”
Owl Homes’ developments can be found in market towns and villages including Sutton Coldfield, Walsall Wood, Desford, Blackfordby and Upton Snodsbury. Developments at Market Bosworth and Honeybourne are due to launch this year.
Gary Mills, chairman of Owl Homes, said: “This relocation marks the start of an exciting period of growth for the Owl Group. The office at Birch Coppice Business Park appealed for many reasons. It’s easily accessible; enabled us to remain within our home town of Tamworth. Finally, as a new build premises, it’s also inherently more sustainable, including EV charging points, and this aligns with our company ethos to champion greener living.”
A spokesman for landlord Instarmac said: “We are delighted to welcome Owl Homes to Arley Drive. We are excited to see Owl Homes grow over the coming years within these state-of-the-art premises, providing a fantastic head office for this forward-thinking home builder.”