Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar Land Rover is to extend its stay at its Ellesmere Port base after signing a five-year deal.

The automotive giant will pay £2.6m a year after renewing its lease for the 440,000 sq ft warehouse. The site is owned by Clearbell Property Partners III LP and Barwood Regional Property Growth Fund IV LP after they bought it from Värde Partners in January 2021.

The building, which lies adjacent to Junctions 6 and 7 of the M53, includes 276 car parking spaces. The deal was announced after Jaguar Land Rover revealed its full-year results at the end of last week.

Read more at: Liverpool Echo

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