Confidence in the Nottinghamshire commercial property market was demonstrated last week as Bassetlaw District Council gave the go-ahead for a two and a half million sqft logistics and business park, which will see the creation of thousands of jobs.
Our team secured the Council’s support of the planning application for Mulberry Commercial Developments, and advised that the scheme will see the creation of nearly 3,000 new jobs – a significant and much needed employment boost for the area.
Conveniently located adjacent to the A1 in Bassetlaw, the Mulberry Logistics Park can now accommodate units ranging from 100,000sqft to 800,000sqft, providing an inward investment opportunity for large format occupiers looking for new premises.
Partner Dan Mitchell said: “As well as economic growth and the creation of thousands of new local job opportunities, the larger warehouse units in Harworth will give their occupiers much greater flexibility in their day-to-day operations with the added bonus of being located close to air, sea, rail links and of course the motorway network via the A1.”
Mulberry Developments has an impressive track record in delivering over five million sqft across a broad range of the commercial sector, but with a focus on industrial and logistics. They were recently awarded Best Overall Scheme in the Logistics Park category at the Industrial Agents Society (IAS) Awards 2019 for their Midlands Logistics Park scheme in Corby, Northamptonshire.
Our team provided planning, environmental planning and landscape planning for the scheme. Industrial and Logistics Property Experts, M1 Agency, are the letting agents for the new Mulberry Logistics Park.
Image: Peter Haddon Architects
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