Saturday, February 27, 2021

New tenancy agreement sees full house at Barnsley enterprise park

A tenancy agreement for steel manufacturers, Purple Fabrications at the Mitchells Enterprise Park in Wombwell, has secured a full house of tenants for the multi-let Barnsley estate.

Founded in February 2020, Purple Fabrications, which has committed to a third 1,048 sq ft unit at the Enterprise Park following a period of sudden growth, specialises in all aspects of steelwork, balcony bases, balustrades, parapet brackets, hand and wall rails, structural, machine support frames, hoppers, conveyers, made to measure mezzanine flooring – and more.

The agreement follows a surge in popularity of small units in the South Yorkshire area.

Commenting on the deal, Ed Norris, Director at CPP, said: “It is fantastic to see new and start-up businesses adapting and changing to the current market conditions.

“Small warehouse units such as those offered at Mitchells Enterprise Park offer businesses great flexibility, as demonstrated by Purple Fabrications, which is great news for them – and for our local economy. As a result, however, they are in high demand, with little if any stock currently available.”

The estate facility at Wombwell comprises a modern industrial estate of 12 units with adjacent servicing and parking areas

Gary Edwards, Managing Director at Purple Fabrications, said: “The units at Wombwell have given our business a great base and the ability to grow at the location as our business expands. We are excited about our future and ongoing success at Mitchells Park Estate.”

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