Business park to expand in £3million development

Denby Hall Business Park is said to offer an attractive alternative to city centre working for many businesses.
Denby Hall Business Park is said to offer an attractive alternative to city centre working for many businesses.

Following a multi-million pound deal to buy land on the Denby Hall Business Park, a property development firm has revealed plans for the site.

Garner Holdings has announced plans for a speculative office scheme intended to attract SME businesses with space requirements from 1,500 to 20,000 square feet.

Construction work is to start imminently on the £3million scheme, which will be known as New Winnings Court, with the office buildings expected to be available by August 2017.

Garner managing director Roger Hartshorn said: “Following our acquisition of the land at Denby Hall at the end of 2016, we are delighted to announce further investment into the site in the form of an office scheme at the entrance to the business park.

“At present we are focused on delivering a 170,000 sq ft warehouse for HL Plastics which is close to completion, at which point development for the office scheme will commence.”

He added: “We are committed to delivering high quality industrial and office space on the park, and we are very much open for business and look forward to announcing further deals at Denby Hall throughout the year.”

Garner Holdings has appointed Commercial Property Partners (CPP) and Harris Lamb as agents on the project.

The two firms are also instructed to market warehouse buildings available on a design and build basis from 5,000 to 120,000 sq ft.

Buildings will be available freehold or leasehold, which gives occupiers the chance to influence design to suit operational requirements.

CPP partner Stuart Waite said: “We are delighted to be promoting this scheme, and our client’s decision to speculatively build on the site is an encouraging sign for a market which is currently starved of good quality accommodation.”

Denby Hall Business Park is situated north of Derby, close to the A38 and M1 at Junction 28, with good access to the A50 and A6. Current occupiers include DEB, Techno Cargo, HL Plastics, Derwent Packaging and Tubesheet.