Neways becomes first to move into £2.5m development

Neways

Neways Chartered Building Company is the first company to relocate to a newly developed £2.5m Sheffield business park at Churchill Way in Chapeltown.

The speculative investment at Winston Business Park by owners L&T Grayson Investments Ltd, prompted the move by Neways, a chartered building company serving the north of England and the Midlands.

Leon Grayson of Neways, which has taken a 6,239 sq ft space, said: “It’s an exciting time to be working in the building industry. It’s changing rapidly and we’re changing with it.

“The new site is ideally located close to J35a and offers direct access to the M1. The unit was tailored to suit our requirements and offers storage with head office style accommodation.”

The new high quality units, designed by Sheffield’s Tatlow Stancer Architects, have been built on the last undeveloped plot forming part of Junction 35a Business Park, and range from 3,044 to 4,140 sq ft. They can be combined to offer up to 12,400 sq ft, to accommodate larger requirements.

Winston Business Park sits in an established commercial location in north Sheffield which already boasts occupiers including South Yorkshire Police, Britglass and Linbrook Services.

It is alongside Thorncliffe Business Park, one of the region’s largest out of town business parks and also home to a mixture of office and industrial occupiers including BBraun.

John Jarman at Knight Frank in Sheffield said: “The development of Winston Business Park offers new, high quality units for lease. They have been designed with flexibility for incoming occupiers and provide much needed stock in a strategic location near the M1 to suit a variety of occupiers.

“We have strong interest already in the accommodation which is due to reach practical completion at the end of September.”

Units are of steel frame construction with clad elevations, fitted offices full height roller shutter loading access to the warehouse, connection to all main services and dedicated parking with shared loading areas.