A record number of 2,236 people are currently employed at Markham Vale, an increase of almost 600 new jobs over the past twelve months. The figures are the result of Derbyshire County Council’s Markham Vale Annual Jobs survey.
The 2,236 employees at Markham Vale is now more than the 2,000 people that were employed at the former colliery site in its 1980’s hey day.
There are over 50 companies based at Markham Vale across a range of industry sectors and of varying sizes, with a number of start-up companies employing two or three people and then there are the large multi-nationals employing two to three hundred.
Markham Vale is a 200-acre industrial and logistics development located at Junction 29A of the M1 in Derbyshire, a joint venture between Henry Boot Developments (HBD) and Derbyshire County Council.
Markham Vale is home to the likes of Great Bear, Gist, Ferdinand Bilstein and Sterigenics.
Derbyshire County Council Cabinet Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, Councillor Tony King, said: “We look forward to welcoming even more businesses at the site very soon and for those looking to relocate or expand, we still have opportunities available so please get in touch for more information.”