A new way to do business

Two Park Square will deliver Grade A, high specification office space in the heart of Longbridge, giving businesses the opportunity to be a part of a unique area that blends the professionalism and aspiration of a business park with a thriving, diverse lifestyle offer that includes restaurants, major national stores, education facilities and acres of idyllic green parkland.

Over the last decade, the area has received £1bn in investment, creating a modern and sustainable environment. To date the regeneration of Longbridge has created over 3,000 jobs and 1,200 homes.

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Thriving town centre

Longbridge is home to a diverse and dynamic mix of businesses, from technology start-ups to leading independent professional services firms. The £100 million Technology Park accommodates nearly 60 businesses alone…

Surrounded by nature

The River Rea runs through Longbridge, up to the Waseley Hills and into the city centre. As part of further investment in the town, cycle routes and footpaths are being introduced alongside the river, connecting Longbridge with its neighbouring villages…

Strong sense of identity

Formerly home to globally renowned British car brands including Mini and MG Rover, Longbridge has a rich past rooted in innovation. Whilst the automotive manufacturing landscape has changed, the area’s pioneering spirit hasn’t…

In a prime location

Longbridge’s connectivity and transport links are second to none. Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham University and Queen Elizabeth Hospital are all accessible by trains running every 10 minutes and for those choosing a more sedate pace Longbridge is also on National Cycle Route 5. Situated on the A38 – one of the key arterial routes into Birmingham city centre – the town is nestled between the M5 and M42, both of which can be reached in just a ten-minute drive.

Directions

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Latest news

St. Modwen has submitted plans to build a 48,000 sq ft Grade-A office development in Longbridge, believed to be the largest, speculatively developed new out-of-town office development in Birmingham in a decade. Located adjacent to Bournville ...

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Occupiers at Longbridge

Since joining the Innovation Centre in 2013, turnover has increased by 234%. We're supporting an apprentice and giving work placements to local college and university students. In 2019, our growth plans will create two more local jobs.

Anthony Chaffey, Managing Director, Ballyhoo Ltd

St Modwen is a different kind of property partner

St. Modwen is an expert developer with over 30 years of property and regeneration expertise, operating across three dedicated business units in the UK: St. Modwen Homes, St. Modwen Industrial & Logistics, and Strategic Land and Regeneration.

St. Modwen is an expert developer with over 30 years of property and regeneration expertise, operating across three dedicated business units in the UK: St. Modwen Homes, St. Modwen Industrial & Logistics, and Strategic Land and Regeneration.

Contact the Agents

Andrew Venables
0121 609 8427
Nick Williams
0121 634 8401

Get in touch

For office enquiries contact:

James Teal

jteal@stmodwen.co.uk

0121 647 1000

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