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ABP offers logistics land in Cardiff

[ April 27, 2022   //   ]

Associated British Ports has released more development land on the south side of Cardiff city centre.

The two sites are at ABP Business Park within the Port of Cardiff and could accommodate up to 200,000 sq ft of new industrial or logistics development. The sites on Longships Road comprise approximately 13 acres and are available as a whole or in part.

ABP Business Park has access to two junctions of the M4 motorway via a new dual carriageway. There is also a rail link which can be extended into the park and direct access to shipping services in the port.

Helen Thomas, ABP’s Head of Property for Wales & Short Sea Ports comments: “Cardiff’s port already supports 2,600 jobs nationally and contributes around £180 million to the economy each year.

“We believe the development of these sites can be a further catalyst for investment and creating new jobs in what is now the fastest growing capital city in Europe.”

The sites are part of a national initiative by ABP to release more than 1,000 acres for the supply chain, manufacturing and renewable energy sectors.

Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE are advising ABP on the development of the Cardiff sites.

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