goold estates

Red Mill Reaches Full Occupancy

The former Redmill Snack Foods site in Wednesbury has been revamped and fully let in its first year under new ownership.

The 120,000 sq ft site was acquired by Goold Estates last year and the business has since invested £1.2m in its redevelopment.

The latest name to take space at Red Mill Trading Estate is Combat HVAC, which agreed a lease on a 26,000 sq ft unit and joins the likes of Angel Remy, RS Distribution and Morgan Sindall Property Services.

Dominic Goold. Managing Director of Goold Estates, said “The success of the scheme has been fantastic. We recognised the local shortage of available quality industrial and warehouse units locally and so reacted quickly when the opportunity arose.”

“We started the speculative scheme immediately after the purchase, which included demolition works to open up the estate and a full refurbishment of the existing units.”

Harris Lamb in Birmingham acted as letting agents on Red Mill Trading Estate.

If you want to read more about Goold Estates’ latest updates, check out our posts on our letting to a global energy drinks company and a multimillion-pound development at full capacity after a trio of deals!

Other News

01. 02. 24

Goold Estates acquires Co-op store in Stourport-on-Severn

Property investment and development company, Goold Estates, has completed the acquisition of a Midcounties Co-operative store in the centre of Stourport. The company has purchased a c.29,000 sq ft retail unit with adjoining car park on a prominent, 2.1-acre site cornering Tan Lane and Lombard Street. Goold Estates is planning […]


26. 01. 24

Plans to create more than 300 jobs by transforming vacant brownfield site get WMCA backing

Plans to transform a brownfield site in Bilston into a bustling industrial park creating more than 330 new jobs are being backed by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA). The 15-acre site off Brook Street, will feature 15 industrial and distribution units offering 166,500 square feet of accommodation to suit […]


08. 12. 23

Goold Estates reveals plans for £28m industrial/urban logistics scheme at Bilston Urban Village

Goold Estates has brought forward plans to regenerate a vacant brownfield site in Wolverhampton that could create up to 300 new jobs. The Oldbury-based property investment and development company has submitted a detailed planning application for the speculative development of a 12-acre plot at the Bilston Urban Village employment site, […]

More News