The property comprises a terrace of six industrial units, the original four units were constructed in the 1980s with the most recent units (Units 9 and 10) constructed in the 1990s.

The eaves heights range from 5.20m to 6.00m and there is integral office accommodation over ground and first floor.

Access to the warehouse areas are provided by front loading which opens onto the forecourt car park and servicing areas.

The estate benefits from good site circulation with additional car parking provided.

Unit 10 has an additional loading door in the rear elevation as the tenant occupies neighbouring units to the rear of the subject property and operations run between the two facilities.

Banbury is located in North Oxfordshire 28 miles north of Oxford and 22 miles south east of Leamington Spa and Warwick.

The town lies on the M40 with London 80 miles to the south east and Birmingham 43 miles to the north west.

Wildmere Industrial Estate is located directly to the west of Junction 11 of the M40. Wates Way is located off the main estate road.

Occupiers on the estate include Prodrive, DHL, Norbar, Dar Lighting and Travis Perkins. Prodrive are proposing a move from Wildmere Industrial Estate to another site in Banbury.

LXB have planning permission to redevelop the 12 acre Prodrive site into a 285,000 sqft retail warehouse shopping park, anchored by a 100,000 sqft M&S store and a 40,000 sqft Next.


Unit Name Size Quoting rent EPC
Unit 6 6,554 sq.ft POA
Unit 5 6,551 sq.ft POA
Units 7 6,543 sq.ft POA