Space at new logistics park on the market
A new 75-acre logistics and manufacturing park is available to let with spaces ranging from 35,000 sq ft up to 575,000 sq ft available. Colliers International’s Industrial and Logistics division has been instructed to let Sherburn2 by Glentrool Estates. Sherbern2 is a new 75-acre logistics park with planning permission for 1,250,000 sq ft in Sherburn in Elmet, Selby, Leeds.
This development offers bespoke buildings and will accelerate the creation of new jobs as a natural extension to the established and successful Sherburn industrial and logistics park. Planning consent has been granted by Selby District Council on the entire site and the Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growing Places Fund has provided a ?2.95m capital infrastructure loan to begin the necessary infrastructure works. The original Sherburn Enterprise Park attracted a number of high-profile occupiers including Debenhams, Eddie Stobart and Sainsburys.
Robert Whatmuff, director in the industrial and logistics division in Colliers International’s Leeds office, said: “Sherburn2 is situated in an excellent area for logistics and manufacturing companies, within minutes of Junction 42 of the A1(M), close to Leeds, the M1 and the M62, the coastal ports of Hull and Grimsby, and regional rail and airports. “With the high-calibre neighbouring occupiers at this enterprise park, this location is proven and successful. He added: “The site offers huge flexibility, the current master plan shows units ranging from 35,000 sq ft up to 575,000 sq ft but the site can comfortably accommodate a single footprint of a 1m sq ft cross docked facility.
“There will be buildings to suit a wide variety of small to medium sized enterprises as well as larger manufacturing and distribution companies.”
Jeremy Nolan, director from Glentrool Estates, added: “As Sherburn2 is wholly owned by Glentrool Estates, our project team has the freedom and the flexibility to swiftly move to meet the needs of occupiers’ individual requirements on site.
“This development reinforces our region’s strength in manufacturing and logistics and will provide thousands of jobs for local residents.”