Malton Enterprise Park
Malton Enterprise Park is a 17 acre commercial development by David Harrison Group and offers a mixture of office, trade, industrial and warehouse units. Space is available from 1,000 to 100,000 sq ft and can be custom built for all types of businesses with bespoke fit-out options also available.
Site infrastructure works are complete and new building works have now commenced on phase two of the high quality business park, close to the market town of Malton in North Yorkshire.
We have been instructed as joint marketing agent for the park alongside York based McBeath Property Consultancy.
Phase two follows the success of the first phase of development which saw sales to, flexible printed food packaging suppliers J M Packaging, telecoms infrastructure engineers Alifabs and chilled food producer Pro-Pak.
Sean Harrison, managing director of David Harrison Group, said “We are very happy to see the next phase of construction at Malton Enterprise Park get underway. This is a much sought after and highly accessible location in North Yorkshire.”
The latest units being constructed will be ready for occupation in Spring 2016. The development will use high quality sustainable state of the art materials in its construction whilst still retaining a semi-rural feel, yet integrating modern features such as on-site CCTV with ANPR systems linked to an out of hour’s barrier entry system and superfast broadband. Units are available on a freehold or leasehold basis, which can be configured to an occupier’s individual requirements.
Jonathon White, associate partner in our agency team added: “Significant investment is being made in Malton Enterprise Park and we are seeing continued high demand from local occupiers, as evidenced by the fact that eight units are already under offer.
“This is great news for the local economy, as historically, Malton has struggled to accommodate growing local businesses and attract national occupiers to the area, due to a lack of product, but thanks to Malton Enterprise Park this is now changing.”
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