Glentrool proposes next Sherburn2 phase
Detailed plans have been submitted for a further 515,000 sq ft of space at the £158m logistics park.
The 85-acre Sherburn2 development, at Junction 42 of the A1(M) is being advanced by Glentrool, a family-owned Yorkshire property company. The phase being put forward has a gross development value of £67.9m.
KPP Architects is the designer, with Peacock + Smith advising on planning.
The reserved matters application for the North and South phases of Sherburn2 will open out the remaining 25.5 acres.
The South plot can accommodate a single unit of 374,000 sq ft, whilst the North site is earmarked for smaller units, offering five units from 2,850 sq ft to 48,330 sq ft to make a total of 141,990 sq ft.
Glentrool said that its development will boast strong sustainability credentials with extensive landscaping, including new combined cycle and footpaths, communal areas, a woodland walk and an Excellent BREEAM target.
Construction is already underway for the £87m 660,000 sq ft East phase, due to be complete in October this year. The spine road that connects the scheme’s different parts was completed in May.
Director of Glentrool Estates Group Jeremy Nolan, said: “The submission of the reserved matters application reinforces the regional importance of this significant employment site which compliments the emerging housing supply and large, skilled workforce in the Selby district.
“The continued success of Sherburn2 reflects the superb location, quality of product and Glentrool’s proven track record of delivering buildings to cater for the forward-thinking occupier.”
Colliers and Carter Towler are the appointed agents for the proposed schemes.
Ian Greenwood, director of Carter Towler, said: “It is excellent news that Glentrool Estates Group have committed to lodging this application. The market continues to be characterised by demand materially outstripping supply.
“The lack of supply of quality new premises, particularly in the mid-box sector within West and North Yorkshire, is a major frustration to the expansion plans of many of the region’s companies. We are certain that once these units are brought to market that they will be occupied very quickly.”