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£20m site

£20m site given council backing
By Ron Godfrey YORKPRESS

A NEW £20 million office, trading and industrial estate in Pocklington, which is likely to generate at least 250 jobs, has been given the green light by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

Already, agents for the 20 acre site at BroadHelm Park, off the A1079 Hull Road, say they have been inundated with inquiries. The office, trade and industrial park will be developed jointly by York-based Helmsley Group and Jonathan Atkinson, of Broadvale Developments.

The first phase of a five-year development, consisting of 50,000 sq ft of office and industrial buildings, starts in spring 2008 and should be ready for occupation by the end of the year Mr Atkinson said: "We are delighted to be working with The Helmsley Group on bringing forward this scheme."

Ian McAndrew, associate director at The Helmsley Group, which is based at Monks Cross North business park in York and has a £100 million property development portfolio, mainly in the north of England, was pleased at the response.

He said: "We have put up a sign board on the site and haven't really started to market it yet, but we have already received high levels of interest and are in serious discussions with potential occupiers.

"York based DSP Architects are now progressing the first planning application for potential occupiers. It is an excellent location for businesses and we remain committed to the town, in which our own offices were based for 25 years before moving to York last year."

Once completed in 2013, the business park will provide new high-quality accommodation suitable for a range of occupiers including offices, trade park, industrial/warehousing and a number of leisure uses. Units will be available on either a freehold or leasehold basis ranging in size from 1,500 to 50,000 sq ft.

Suzie Nelson, associate of King Sturge, the marketing agents for the site, said: "BroadHelm Park will offer high quality accommodation that will satisfy a pent-up demand from occupiers in the area who have not to date had the opportunity to acquire brand new premises meeting the demands of the modern occupier. The site is ideally located with good road links to York and Hull and with the re-alignment of Hodsow Lane, the park will form part of a new entranceway to Pocklington."

Alan Menzies, director of planning and economic regeneration at East Riding of Yorkshire Council said: "This development will further enhance the offer in Pocklington. The site has excellent road links and I am confident that the local economy will benefit a great deal from the investment and the jobs that will be created."

 

 
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