Wakefield industrial unit comes to market
A newly refurbished c.24,000 sq ft unit has come on to the market at Normanton Industrial Estate in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
Owned by Leeds-based developer, Eshton, the prime space located on Tyler Close in Normanton comprises c.21,000 sq ft of warehouse space and c.3,000 sq ft of office space, spanning two floors.
Suited to industrial, warehouse and distribution uses, the property features an extensive secure yard with plenty space for lorry parking, dedicated staff parking, two loading doors – with the option to install a further three – a 6m eaves height, to the underside of haunch and a 215KvA load; with additional power capacity available.
The unit occupies a prominent location alongside the M62, with Normanton Industrial Estate situated in the heart of West Yorkshire’s distribution network and boasting close links to the M1 and A1. Other local occupiers include DHL, XPO Logistics, Asda, Ford and Robert Wiseman Dairies.
Eshton director, Jonathan Chapman, said: “There is a significant shortage of quality industrial and warehousing space, particularly across Yorkshire, with occupiers limited for choice along the M62 corridor.
“The huge demand for logistics properties is being led by the rise of online shopping, with demand expected to outstrip supply in the coming years. Units with such desirability as Tyler Close are rare, particularly when located in one of the region’s top commercial locations, and we anticipate high levels of interest from businesses spanning a range of sectors.”
The agents for Tyler Close are Rob Oliver from GVA’s Leeds office and Nick Arundel from AWS.