Expansion for Doncaster industrial
Yorkshire developer Marshall CDP has started construction on 38,000 sq ft across two units, looking to build on the success of Kestrel Court.
The pair of new units, offering 21,000 sq ft and 17,000 sq ft respectively, will take the park to 86,000 sq ft of warehousing.
Marshalls developed three warehouse units totalling 48,000 at Kestrel Court in 2020, complete with fitted office accommodation, securely fenced service yards and car parking.
These units were promptly let to NCM Auctions, Price Transport and Dual Inventive.
The second phase units will be known as Peregrine Court and are due to reach practical completion in December 2023. The units are available for sale or to let.
Rebecca Schofield, partner and head of the Yorkshire industrial team at Knight Frank, and agent for Peregrine Court, said: “Peregrine Court offers high quality and secure industrial accommodation in an area easily accessible to Junction 3 of the M18, offering excellent connectivity and a strong labour pool.”
Doncaster Council’s Business Doncaster service has supported the projects in this well-established industrial location near the former Sheffield Doncaster Airport.
Cllr Glyn Jones, deputy mayor and portfolio holder for housing & business, said: “It is excellent to see Marshall CDP once again show great confidence in the Doncaster economy by building this major speculative industrial development scheme.
“Our Business Doncaster team is working closely with the letting agents, Knight Frank, to market the development and help find tenants for the two units, which will bring further quality investment and employment opportunities into Doncaster.”