Kings Dock, Fabian Way

Kings Dock, Fabian Way, Swansea SA1 8QJ

RHP CONTACT: Kane Athay
T: 07968 570001
E: kane@rh-properties.com

SUMMARY: Redevelopment of part of the old Visteon works site close to J42 of the M4. Includes a new HQ for Trojan Electronics.

Kings Dock is ideally located close to J42 of the M4, just off the Fabian Way dual carriageway, which provides the main route from the motorway into Swansea city centre.  It is adjacent to Amazon’s 800,000 sq ft distribution centre and across the road from Swansea University’s new Bay Campus (currently under construction).

The 180,000 sq ft Kings Dock building is part of Richard Hayward Properties’ planned regeneration of 45-acres of the former Visteon works.

In one of the largest industrial lettings in South Wales in many years, Trojan Electronics signed a 15-year lease on bespoke HQ totalling 156,000 sq ft in the summer of 2014.  The premises, have been redeveloped to Trojan’s specification by RHP, include 17,000 sq ft of air-conditioned offices as well as large production facility and service yard with six dock levelers. 

The multi-million pound project has been supported by investment from the Welsh Government including a £1.5m property development grant to RHP subsidiary Gracelands Investments Limited as well as a £625,000 business grant to Trojan.

Trojan were so delighted with their new headquarters that they took the lease on the remaining 26,000 sq ft before even moving into the property.

The Kings Dock project includes parking for 240 cars, landscaping and a new access road.


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