The 44-acre development project is the largest undeveloped plot in the Black Country and is set to become a centre for enterprise with up to 620,000 sq ft of industrial and logistic space.
The £73m development scheme, known as Phoenix 10, is located in Walsall and will be delivered in partnership with the local council and the housing delivery body.
Phoenix 10 is another long-term opportunity in Henry Boot’s industrial and logistics offering, which currently makes up approximately 74% of the £1.4bn development pipeline.
The scheme has prime distribution access to the M6 via Junction 9 and is capable of delivering units ranging from 21,000 sq. ft. to 415,000 sq. ft.
Ed Hutchinson, Managing Director of HBD, said: “This is one of the most significant employment schemes coming forward in the West Midlands – both in terms of scale and its potential to drive business growth and is a great opportunity to bring new investment into the area.
“We look forward to getting started on this exciting project.”