Storage Giant on Course for Major Expansion in 2021/22

Rebecca Arkell | March 10, 2021

Storage Giant is on course to double in size over the next 2 years, having grown our occupancy rates during the pandemic.

We are already the largest private self-storage provider in Wales and the second largest in the UK, with sites across Wales, The Midlands and the M4 corridor, and we are delighted to be pressing ahead with plans to open new sites in Bridgend, Nottingham, and two in the West Midlands in the coming months.

Storage Giant MD, Simon Williams, said: “The past year has been a difficult one both for individuals and for businesses and we have all faced real challenges. I am pleased we have been able to meet the needs of our clients and customers throughout the pandemic and we have been able to increase the number of SMEs and start-ups under our roof, too. We are well positioned and looking forward to opening new sites across the UK in the coming months and years.

“We have just submitted a proposal to Walsall Council to build a new facility on a vacant site in that area, we have very recently signed up to open new premises at a £30m mixed-use scheme in Nottingham, and we have a new site in Kingswinford progressing towards completion as we speak. We also have plans to open a new Storage Giant facility to serve Bridgend in 2021. Our job creation studies show that these new sites are likely to create hundreds of new jobs. They will supply vital start-up space for entrepreneurs to set up their businesses with low risk and low outlay costs.”