Planners have approved a 721,000 sq ft North Nottinghamshire warehouse and industrial scheme.
Specialist logistics developer db symmetry has been granted planning permission to develop a £60million industrial scheme at Symmetry Park in Blyth, North Nottinghamshire.
Bassetlaw District Council has given the go ahead for 721,000 sq ft of industrial space.
Phase one will see the construction of a 150,000 sq ft warehouse facility and infrastructure to deliver the 50-acresite.
The Park is located off Junction 34 A1(M) providing high speed road links to Yorkshire/North East, the East Midlands and the UK’s East Coast Ports.
DB Symmetry acquired the site in August 2015. Construction work begins in April.
Dave Robinson, industrial director at Savills, joint agents for the scheme with Colliers and Dove Haigh Phillips, continued: “Following record UK take up levels in 2016, confidence in the UK industrial market continues to be high. Symmetry Park is situated in an excellent location with strong occupier demand, but increasingly limited stock making it the ideal place for development. Following this exciting announcement, we are already in talks with a number of potential occupiers.”