Monday, June 24, 2024

Construction kicks-off at Castle Donington business park

Clowes Developments’ 20-acre Stud Brook Business Park in Castle Donington has taken a major step forward with construction starting on Units 2-7, which comprises Phase 1 of the scheme.

The mixed-use development will include employment, amenity, office and industrial units for sale or let ranging in size from 1,500 to 45,000 sq ft – as well as a retail offer.

TanRo Construction has been named as the lead contractor for Units 2-7, which have been designed by IMA Architects.

James Richards, Development Director at Clowes Developments, said: “We’ve been concentrating on the groundworks at Stud Brook for some time now, and so it’s very satisfying to be able to look forward to the steel frames coming out of the ground.

“We look forward to working with TanRo, IMA Architects and our joint agents NG Chartered Surveyors and FHP Property Consultants to work towards welcoming new occupiers into their brand-new premises.”

Jack Mellor, Associate at IMA Architects, added: “Stud Brook Business Park is our latest project with Clowes Developments in Castle Donington and we are proud to be playing our part in creating a thriving business location. Being involved in the site from planning through to completion, means we are able to create premises bespoke to the needs of end users which is important in the current market.”  

NG Chartered Surveyors have been appointed as joint agents with FHP Property Consultants to market leasehold opportunities at Stud Brook Business Park.

Richard Sutton, Director at NG Chartered Surveyors, said: “The level of demand we’ve seen for these units at Stud Brook has been exceptionally high – but that shouldn’t come as a surprise with a quality developer such as Clowes Developments.

“Now that the scheme is under construction, we should be in position to finalise deals across all units – ensuring another successful scheme for Clowes.”

Tim Gilbertson of FHP Property Consultants, said: “Prime location, top quality specification and units being speculatively developed for occupation around the end of this year – what more could an occupier want! With a number of deals agreed already, we look forward to seeing this scheme continue to fly as work on site progresses.”

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