Tetron Point, Swadlincote
Clipper Logistics, IVC Brunel Healthcare, Jenkins Shipping and Restore Document Management are amongst the numerous businesses that have established at Tetron Point in South Derbyshire. The site is also home to the Construction Academy of Burton and South Derbyshire College. The last remaining commercial plots are now available, together with a range of leisure opportunities.
Tetron Point is Swadlincote’s principal business park located adjacent to the A444, which links the A38 at Burton to the A42/M42 at Ashby. Formerly an extensive coal site, the development lies between the town centre and the A444 and has been opened up a new arterial road.
The remaining commercial plots are at Swadlincote Gateway, which is suited to manufacturing and storage uses, totalling 7,400 sqm (80,000 sqft). Access roads for Swadlincote Gateway have been constructed, with GAP Group in place as the first occupier.
Tetron Point is a mixed-use scheme, with housing development at Cadley Park underway by Avant Homes, Morris Homes and Taylor Wimpey Homes. Cadley Park lies within the National Forest and the residential sites border Swadlincote Family Golf Centre. This boasts a driving range and a nine-hole golf course operated by N1 Golf and, in the near future, an adventure golf facility. Adjacent to the golf range, permission exists for other leisure uses, potentially including a hotel, a public house/restaurant, two café/restaurant units and a commercial unit with offices at ground floor and a gymnasium on the first floor.
Tetron Point offers commercial development opportunities in the fast-growing town of Swadlincote in the National Forest. The town has grown rapidly to some 40,000 residents in the last decade with further housebuilding envisaged. The latest research reveals that the Forest now attracts over 9 million visitors each year, with the economic impact of the Forest’s visitor economy estimated to exceed £470 million per annum.