Developments


Markham Vale

GRANGERS - Markham Vale

Markham Vale is Derbyshire’s flagship regeneration scheme and is a development partnership between HBD (Henry Boot Developments) and Derbyshire County Council.

The scheme is a 200-acre business park with direct access to the M1 motorway via a dedicated junction, J29a. This prime development site offers build-to-suit units from 2,500 up to 300,000 sq. ft. for industrial, warehouse, hotel, office or retail builds.

The site also accommodates a flagship Environment Centre (home to a range of firms from the environmental technology related centre) and Waterloo Court.

Additional completed schemes include occupiers such as Great Bear, Marston’s Pubs, Ferdinand Bilstein, Graingers Ltd and Euro Garages.

Markham Vale celebrates after successful 2019

On Markham Vale North, two companies, Sterigenics and Protec International moved in to their brand new buildings. At the same time as those two buildings were erected, the construction team completed the construction of the Seymour Link Road creating new accesses. Several of the new business on Markham Vale North have expansion plans.

On Markham Vale East, Priority Space and the Hunt Group completed the construction of a 15,000 sq. ft. factory and office unit on Greaves Close. In addition, there are a whole host of new companies that have moved in to the developer’s adjoining Wilson Business Park – including LTEK Systems, Globebusters and GB Joinery. Waterloo Court has also seen a flux of new occupiers – during the year Victor Marine Ltd, RB1 Ltd and Derbyshire Distillery moved to the site. Construction of another new industrial building is underway for Transcare 28 Ltd.

On the western side of the M1, an exciting and new development was started and completed all within the year. Developed by HBD, the brand new MV55 building is now available for immediate occupation.

Continued growth for Markham Vale in 2020

In January, Catering Projects, based in Waterloo Court, acquired a second unit across the road in Wilson Business Park, as well as hiring four new staff members, including an Administration Assistant apprentice from Chesterfield College. QCR Recycling Equipment also moved in to Unit 5 along with their sister company Mypower Ltd.

Also in January, Henry Boot Developments Ltd overhauled its identity to be called HBD.

In June, work to build two large new industrial units began following a £25 million deal. The units, measuring 221,518 square feet and 75,000 square feet, are being built on the north side of the business and logistics park and will be available to purchase or lease.

Opportunities Available

Please click here to find out more about the retail opportunities available at Markham Vale West.

Please click here to find out more about the opportunities available at MV55.

For all enquiries, contact:
JLL – 0113 244 6440 / 0115 908 2120
Burbage Realty – 01604 232555

For further information contact:
HBD (Henry Boot Developments) – 0114 255 5444

For more information on the development, visit markhamvale.co.uk.

 

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