Work on a State of the Art Warehouse in Derbyshire Has Started

Work on a State of the Art Warehouse in Derbyshire Has Started

Partners Richardson Capital LLP and Thorngrove Land & Property Limited have officially announced the start of the work at Nickel 28, a 261,000 square feet distribution warehouse on the South Normanton Industrial Estate in Derbyshire. The appointed contractors, Winvic Construction Limited, have managed to finish clearing the site and are currently ahead of the 40 week construction programme.

“We are very excited to have reached this important milestone and aim to have the unit ready for occupation by August of this year. Our decision to develop this scheme speculatively is testament to our confidence in this superb warehouse, which will address an obvious gap in the logistical market for fully available, high quality and well located accommodation,” said Lee Charnley, Managing Director at Thorngrove Land & Property.

The new high bay warehouse will feature associated office accommodation, generous lorry parking facilities, a large 50m yard, a secure gatehouse, 24 dock loading doors, and double stacking entrance road. It is located on High View Road, which is less than one mile from junction 28 of the M1.

“Having completed the demolition of the existing facility, we are delighted to commence construction of the new 261,000 square feet building and we are on track for completion at the end of the summer,” concluded Danny Nelson, Director at Winvic.

The joint letting agents of the new warehouse are Commercial Property Partners and Cushman & Wakefield.

Winvic is the UK’s leading ‘shed’ specialist, delivering millions of square feet every year for the industrial and distribution sector. However, they offer services in projects across a multitude of markets, including fit-out, infrastructure, civil engineering, residential accommodation, education, and many more. Established in 2001, Winvic is a privately owned company that excels in the delivery of construction projects on a national scale.

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Work on a State of the Art Warehouse in Derbyshire Has Started
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