PEAK proposes a mixed-use, multi-brand tourism destination. 

Similar to the internationally successful ski village model, PEAK’s master plan is developed around a transport and mobility system connected to a national park.

Located on the eastern boundary of the 550 square-mile Peak District National Park with its 1,600 miles of trails, PEAK offers access to an enormous range of nature, culture, heritage and adventure attractions.

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Chesterfield is undergoing a major transformation, with refurbishment plans being carried out by Chesterfield Borough Council for a number of key town centre sites.

The historic marketplace and town centre will be revamped, as will the Stephenson Memorial Hall - extending the Pomegranate Theatre, reconfiguring and modernising Chesterfield Museum, and introducing new gallery space, a café bar, education, and community facilities.

The future development and regeneration of 150 hectares of former industrial land in the Staveley area of Chesterfield is a long-term vision to remove industrial dereliction and improve the landscape, at the same time as creating an opportunity for new housing, significant employment opportunities and green infrastructure.

Staveley Town Deal is bringing forward over £25m worth of projects to improve the area.

The HQ is a purpose-built, modern four-storey office building, which is ready to move into and fully equipped with everything businesses need to prosper.

Individual units start from 439 sq ft, with a total of 14,039 sq ft available across the development.

Finished to Grade A specification, The HQ offers a flexible working environment to suit all business needs. The site also benefits from ample on-site car parking.

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Markham Vale is an 80 hectare business park offering direct access to the M1 Motorway, via a dedicated new junction, J29A. 

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Chesterfield Waterside is an innovative and sustainable £340 million regeneration scheme.

The development has risen from the remains of the old Trebor factory and former Arnold Laver site, and is a major mixed-use programme to the immediate north of the town centre.

The site straddles the River Rother and Chesterfield Canal and sits alongside the A61, and will provide a thriving and successful new part of the town centre.

Ambitious plans are set to transform the area between the town centre and Chesterfield Railway Station – creating a vibrant gateway to North Derbyshire and setting out potential sites to create around 850 new jobs.

Elder Way is a landmark mixed-use scheme, breathing life into the town’s famous 1930s, Mock-Tudor former Co-op department store. New restaurant, gym and hotel offerings will establish a leisure space and eating quarter.

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The Northern Gateway scheme – which was approved by Chesterfield Borough Council in July 2016 to improve the town’s northern entrance and create 500 jobs – is now complete.

The plans included an enterprise centre for start-up and medium sized businesses on the site of Holywell Cross (Donut) car park – which is now open for business.

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Chesterfield Developments

We are a town of great character that is going places. We are an ambitious and thriving borough that is not standing still.

There is a range of significant regeneration and redevelopment underway across the borough. Chesterfield is building on its industrial roots and market town heritage to become a contemporary destination with a prosperous future.

Modern developments complement our heritage. These have already delivered new business units, offices, hotels and homes. However, our plans don’t stop there.

The ambitions of the Chesterfield Growth Strategy guide our exciting vision for 2030.

There is over £2 billion of regeneration in progress or on the way.   These developments are breathing new life into our borough and will provide opportunities for generations to come.

There will be a transformation of both Chesterfield and Staveley town centres.

The latest Chesterfield developments include Revitalising the Heart of Chesterfield, Markham Vale, Chesterfield Waterside, Peak Resort and Staveley.

You can read more about these on this website or you can download the latest Chesterfield Investment Prospectus.

More information on investing in or finding Commercial Property in Chesterfield is available here.

If you are a developer looking to bring forward a major scheme, Chesterfield Borough Council’s planning team will be able to assist you.

Businesses in the property and construction sector that are interested in Chesterfield can find out more by becoming members of our Property and Construction Group.

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