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Black Country warehouse unit sold for £2.2m

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A warehouse unit has been acquired by an expanding garden furniture supplier for £2.2 million.

The 50,000 sq ft unit, in Middlemore Lane West, Aldridge, has been sold by packaging firm Allpack to Autumn Leaves which specialises in rattan-style garden furniture.

The purchaser required a larger unit than its existing base in Burntwood, Staffordshire, following a rapid period of growth.

Sutton Coldfield-based property consultancy Burley Browne was instructed by Allpack to market the warehouse unit ahead of its own move to a new 60,000 sq ft headquarters at Kingswood Lakeside Business Park in Cannock.



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Ben Nicholson, senior associate director with Burley Browne, said: “It’s great to see Autumn Leaves doing so well and the new headquarters offers the company room to continue the growth it has been enjoying in recent years.

“We were delighted to conclude the deal on behalf of Allpack and thrilled to have been able to assist with this.”

Separately, Burley Browne has sold the 30,000 sq ft North Works building at Westgate, also in Aldridge, for £1.3 million to Trademagic which makes products for the scaffolding and construction industries.

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