Prime four-unit scheme launched in South Yorkshire

Prime four-unit scheme launched in South Yorkshire

Enterprise 36, a prime four-unit scheme in South Yorkshire, has been launched by Barmston Developments, a joint venture between Wilton Developments and Clugston Estates.

Following deals completed by the developer on Unit 3 and Unit 4, only one 77,000 sq ft unit and one fully prepared plot with planning for 100,500 sq ft remain available at the site.

Barmston has appointed Yorkshire based contractor Stainforth Construction to undertake the delivery of the units.

20 local dignitaries and regional agents attended site to view progress Stainforth had made with the construction of units for William Rowland and Dura ID Solutions and also to inspect plots 1 & 2.

In April and June respectively, CBRE jointly with CPP completed deals on Unit 4 to William Rowland and Unit 3 to label printing specialists Dura ID Solutions, leaving just two options remaining at the development.

Unit 2 is currently under construction and will provide 77,000 sq ft of high-quality distribution or manufacturing space, due for completion in January 2020.

Unit 1 is available on a Design and Build basis with site preparation completed and detailed planning in place for the building, allowing delivery within the next 8 months.

Both properties are already attracting strong interest from potential occupiers, the joint venture said.

Barmston Developments is being supported by Barnsley Council’s Property Investment Fund and their Enterprising Barnsley investment team, which is providing help and advice alongside specialist business coaching to the expanding companies already committed to the first two units at Enterprise 36.

“We are delighted to launch Enterprise 36, offering occupiers a rare opportunity to purchase or lease high quality industrial accommodation in a highly sought-after location along the M1 corridor,” said Mike Baugh, Senior Director at CBRE Leeds.

CBRE are acting as joint agents on the scheme with CPP.