Work has completed on five speculative industrial units at Ashroyd Business Park in South Yorkshire.
The 10.5 acre site provides units ranging from 11,000 to 53,000 sq ft, offering prime industrial and distribution space on the Dearne Valley Parkway close to junction 36 of the M1.
A further plot is available on a Design and Build basis for up to 95,000 sq ft.
According to developer Network Space, the units are designed to meet the shortage of good quality industrial units within Sheffield City Region. Together the units will accommodate more than 140 jobs.
“Good quality industrial space is in very short supply. The range of space at Ashroyd Business Park has been designed to meet significant occupier demand from smaller and medium sized occupiers and we are receiving a high level of enquiries,” said Simon Peters, Development Director of Network Space.
“Thankfully, we have been able to offer virtual video tours, as well as socially distanced visits as lockdown has eased. Now that the units are complete, we are seeing increased interest, particularly due to the flexibility of the space, prime location and great transport links.”
Ashroyd Business Park is being delivered with investment from the Sheffield City Region JESSICA Fund and support from Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.
Contractor GF Tomlinson constructed the development on behalf of Network Space and CPP and NSM are the agencies marketing the scheme.