Suffolk Park is starting to take shape

There’s been a lot happening at Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds recently and we thought it’s a good time to take a moment to celebrate. Since we posted that the project had received Outline Planning permission last April, we’ve been busy helping Jaynic Investments and Treatt PLC secure detailed planning consents and overseeing planting works on site. The works team broke ground on the site’s main infrastructure in November, shortly followed by Jaynic winning detailed consent for two major warehousing and distribution buildings in December, and Treatt PLC gaining detailed consent for their new worldwide headquarters in March. We were also happy to commemorate the planting of the park’s first tree in January, a beautiful English Oak, with Jaynic’s Nic Rumsey and local borough council leader John Griffiths. Since then we’ve been working closely with Aspect Landscape to oversee planting of the park’s green infrastructure and look forward to ground breaking on the approved plots later this year.

350,000 sq ft warehouse and distribution centre by Jaynic

Treatt’s new worldwide headquarters

Planting of the park’s first tree

Green infrastructure gets underway