Demand for the units is expected to be strong, given both the development’s proximity to an existing concentration of industrial and distribution units with very low vacancy rates, where occupiers include Amazon, Eddie Stobart and DHL, and the greater diversity of unit sizes and specifications the scheme provides, which will ensure suitability for a wide range of occupiers.
Construction is being undertaken by Winvic, with marketing by Mather Jamie, Savills and Burbage Realty. The development is expected to reach practical completion within 12 months.
“Our Bardon Hill development will deliver 332,000 sq ft of Grade A industrial & logistics space in a highly sought-after location less than two miles from the M1. In addition to providing new jobs for the local community, this development will protect and enhance local biodiversity through the creation of new green spaces, and improve local infrastructure. We have now begun marketing the site to potential occupiers and expect demand will be high.”
David Cockroft, Regional Director – Midlands, Harworth Group plc