Milton Keynes business park is sold for £12.5 million

Woodlands Business Park in Milton Keynes has been sold for £12.5 million.

Monday, 4th December 2017, 10:52 am
Updated Wednesday, 6th December 2017, 12:47 pm
Woodlands Business Park

Barwood Capital, the Northampton-based real estate investment and development business, sold the park to clients of Mutual Finance Limited, for £12.5 million.

The Park is a 12.5 acre site with 77,750 sq ft of office accommodation across seven buildings located at Linford Wood, MK14, one mile north of central Milton Keynes.

Barwood Capital acquired Woodlands off market from receivers in October 2015 through its 2015 Property Fund.

Since then it has undertaken a number of asset management activities including designing a new masterplan with planning consent for 150,000 sq ft of new Grade A offices, a successful letting programme, and modernisation of the park with extensive improvements to the estate roads and landscaping.

Andrew Barlow, director of Barwood Capital said: “Two years ago we saw the potential in Woodlands Business Park which provided opportunities for active asset management, planning and development to attract businesses to this great location in Milton Keynes.

“We are delighted that our investment and vision has resulted in providing a platform for future growth and returning funds to our 2015 Property Fund investors.”

Raed Hanna, director, Mutual Finance said: “Woodlands provides great prospects for income growth and ongoing development in one of Milton Keynes’ best office parks. We are excited about our plans for the future to attract businesses to this excellent location in the UK’s fastest growing city”.