A new industrial development has been unveiled in a prime location just outside Leeds City Centre, where work is now underway on a series of highly specified industrial warehouse units that range in size from 6,700 sq ft up to 105,000 sq ft.
The 16-acre site, known as Total Park, sits to the east of Leeds in the Aire Valley in a prominent location on Pontefract Lane and is Total Developments’ first major scheme in Yorkshire following a number of successful developments in the North West.
The first of the seven units will be ready to occupy early next year, and they are being marketed jointly by property consultancy Gent Visick and M1 Agency. Total Developments acquired the site last summer from Keyland Developments Ltd.
Daniel Walker, from Gent Visick, said: “After successfully generating a vast amount of interest in this site last year and overseeing its prompt sale, we’re delighted to have been appointed to market these prime units.”
Andy Hall, from M1 Agency, added: “Total Park is now one of the most strategically linked development opportunities in the region, and in recent weeks we’ve positioned a number of boards with large question marks around the site, which has driven vast amounts of interest in it, so it’s great the groundworks are underway, and we can start talking to potential occupiers.”
Ed Chantler, director of Total Developments, commented: “We are delighted to now be on-site with Total Park. We are looking forward to delivering well specified units to meet the high levels of demand we are currently experiencing in the Yorkshire market.”