Saturday, February 27, 2021

Car dealership group signs up for 65,000 sq ft of space in Doncaster

One of the UK’s fastest-growing car dealership franchises, Stoneacre Motor Group, has secured a space at St. Modwen’s 27-acre industrial and logistics development in Doncaster.

The dealership group has signed a 15-year lease for 65,100 sq ft of refurbished space at St. Modwen Park Doncaster, previously known as Parkside Business Park, which is already home to a mixture of engineering, automotive and logistics occupiers including Bosch and DB Schenker.

Stoneacre’s new Parts and Logistic Hub is part of the planned “one stop shop” philosophy to support the 23 Motor Manufacturers involved in giving new standards of service to Motor Trade Customers across Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.

Stoneacre’s arrival at St. Modwen Park Doncaster follows that of European haulage firm McGregor Logistics Ltd, which took a 40,000 sq ft refurbished warehouse at the site late last year, and Fitrite which took a 21,272 sq ft newly developed unit.

Jonathan Green, Asset Management Director at St. Modwen Industrial & Logistics, said: “It’s fantastic to be welcoming Stoneacre to the line-up of incredible businesses that have based themselves at St. Modwen Park Doncaster. While it has a national presence, Stoneacre has a loyal and established customer base in Doncaster and we’re pleased it has chosen St. Modwen Park Doncaster to further support its business operations.”

Gerry George, Aftersales Director at Stoneacre Motor Group, added: “It was important for us to find a new home that could cater for our business needs while offering a high-quality and well-located warehousing and logistics space. St. Modwen Park Doncaster has done exactly this, and we are looking forward to being located here.”

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