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About Wolf Valley

Wolf Valley Business Park is an award winning, thriving and productive working environment and home to many successful regional and local businesses. Set in the heart of the South West and just one minute from the A30 dual carriageway, we believe that this business park has the facilities and transport links to support you in reaching your future business goals and objectives.

The park is now in its tenth year and an established presence in the local area. The park was officially opened in 2007 by local MP Geoffrey Cox. Following three major phases of development the site is now the home to eleven businesses spread across 19,000 sq/ft of floor space. This is made up of high quality storage, distribution and office premises.

Our Awards

At the Royal Bath and West Show 2008, Wolf Valley Business Park won the prestigious Rural Business Award (sponsored by Natwest, the Farmers Guardian, RICS, RIBA and RTPI), with the award presented to owners John and Anne Worden by Princess Anne at the showground in Shepton Mallet.

This award was won amid fierce competition, receiving applicants from Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Bristol and Bath.

As one of the most prestigious awards within rural business in the South West, here at Wolf Valley we have aimed to build on this success and go from strength to strength in the future – providing you with the highest levels of service and quality premises.

We haven’t rested on our laurels though; as our tenants have grown we have grown in order to support and meet their business needs.

This has included the development of self storage units which allow not only our business park tenants but also those living, visiting and working in the area to enjoy the flexibility of self storage along with the ease of access and transport links to the Wolf Valley.

Our Development

2004 - Planning Permission Granted

The journey for Wolf Valley Business Park began in 2004, when planning permission for Phase One of development was granted.

2005 - Phase 1 of Development Completed

Phase One of development was completed and included Units Two, Three, Four and Five. These units cover approximately 5,000 Sq Ft of office premises.

2006 - Phase 2 Development

2006 saw the development and expansion of the business park with the completion of development Phase 2. This comprised of Units Six, Seven, Eight and Nine, offering businesses spacious office facilities.

2007 - Official Opening - Geoffrey Cox

Wolf Valley Business Park was officially opened in April 2007 by Geoffrey Cox QC MP.

2007 - Development of Unit One

The summer of 2007 saw the opening of Unit One – to join the other eight units on site.

2008 - Winner of Rural Business Award

The summer of 2008 was an award winning one for Wolf Valley, who scooped the Rural Business Award at the Bath and West Show. The award was presented to owners John and Anne Worden by HRH Princess Anne.

2010 - Two more units added

The most recent units on site (Ten and Eleven) were completed in 2010.

About Wolf Valley

Wolf Valley Business Park is an award winning, thriving and productive working environment and home to many successful regional and local businesses. Set in the heart of the South West and just one minute from the A30 dual carriageway, we believe that this business park has the facilities and transport links to support you in reaching your future business goals and objectives.

The park is now in its tenth year and an established presence in the local area. The park was officially opened in 2007 by local MP Geoffrey Cox. Following three major phases of development the site is now the home to eleven businesses spread across 19,000 sq/ft of floor space. This is made up of high quality storage, distribution and office premises.

Our Awards

At the Royal Bath and West Show 2008, Wolf Valley Business Park won the prestigious Rural Business Award (sponsored by Natwest, the Farmers Guardian, RICS, RIBA and RTPI), with the award presented to owners John and Anne Worden by Princess Anne at the showground in Shepton Mallet.

This award was won amid fierce competition, receiving applicants from Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Bristol and Bath.

As one of the most prestigious awards within rural business in the South West, here at Wolf Valley we have aimed to build on this success and go from strength to strength in the future – providing you with the highest levels of service and quality premises.

We haven’t rested on our laurels though; as our tenants have grown we have grown in order to support and meet their business needs.

This has included the development of self storage units which allow not only our business park tenants but also those living, visiting and working in the area to enjoy the flexibility of self storage along with the ease of access and transport links to the Wolf Valley.

Our Development

2004 - Planning Permission Granted

The journey for Wolf Valley Business Park began in 2004, when planning permission for Phase One of development was granted.

2005 - Phase 1 of Development Completed

Phase One of development was completed and included Units Two, Three, Four and Five. These units cover approximately 5,000 Sq Ft of office premises.

2006 - Phase 2 Development

2006 saw the development and expansion of the business park with the completion of development Phase 2. This comprised of Units Six, Seven, Eight and Nine, offering businesses spacious office facilities.

2007 - Official Opening - Geoffrey Cox

Wolf Valley Business Park was officially opened in April 2007 by Geoffrey Cox QC MP.

2007 - Development of Unit One

The summer of 2007 saw the opening of Unit One – to join the other eight units on site.

2008 - Winner of Rural Business Award

The summer of 2008 was an award winning one for Wolf Valley, who scooped the Rural Business Award at the Bath and West Show. The award was presented to owners John and Anne Worden by HRH Princess Anne.

2010 - Two more units added

The most recent units on site (Ten and Eleven) were completed in 2010.