The estate is approximately 5 miles north of Junction 11 of the M42 Motorway, 10 miles south of the A38 and 14 miles west of Junction 23 of the M1 Motorway - it has excellent logistical benefits.
Rawdon Network Centre
Rawdon Network Centre comprises a high quality modern estate constructed in 2002 comprising 13 units, ranging from 1,000 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft. The units are of steel portal frame construction and benefit from on-site parking and a large turning circle. The estate is secured via a gated entrance offering 24 hour access via a unique SMS text facility in addition to site security lighting. The estate is also monitored by High-Definition CCTV.
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This estate is highly secure and is accessed via a manual or electric security gate.
This estate benefits from monitored closed circuit television for added security.
This estate is well landscaped and maintained on a regular basis.
Varied Unit Sizes
The estate offers a wide variety of unit sizes, suitable for a large number of requirements.
This estate offers excellent circulation space.
This estate benefits from substantial car parking facilities.
Rawdon Network Centre is situated on Marquis Drive which is home to a number of similar sized industrial properties on the border of the National Forest. The property benefits from excellent access onto the Rawdon Road, and from which the A444 is easily accessible located just 2 miles to the west.
East Midlands Airport is situated 15 miles to the north-east of the estate and is within a 25 minute drive time. Birmingham Airport is located approximately 25 miles to the south of the site and is within a 35 minute drive time.
Burton-on-Trent Railway Station is located approximately 7 miles to the north-west of the estate and provides direct services to Nottingham, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Birmingham.