Developer, Castlevale Ltd, has launched the remaining land at the successful Gateway Business Park to the market. Several developments have already been undertaken, including an Aldi supermarket, Extra care facility and Premier Inn hotel, and work is shortly due to start on a speculative small unit industrial scheme.
According to Martin Foster of Castlevale: “We have been involved with this site for several years and are excited about the prospects for this final phase. It has become even more accessible with the opening of the new A168/A19 all movements junction. We feel it will be of interest to occupiers from both Thirsk, and surrounding locations like Northallerton, Leeming Bar, Boroughbridge and Ripon, and indeed requirements from further afield due to its proximity to the motorway network and our ability to offer flexibility of plot size to enable long term expansion.”
Marketing agents for the scheme are Avison Young and Bowcliffe. Rob Oliver at Avison Young, advised: “We have around 25 acres available in various plot sizes, so we can accommodate a wide range of unit and occupier sizes, up to around 150,000sq ft.”
Matthew Tootell from Bowcliffe added: “It is great that we can offer sites on a flexible basis, either as plot sales, or as freehold or leasehold design and build.”
Avison Young acquired GVA earlier this year and is the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm.
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Avison Young is a collaborative, global firm owned and operated by its Principals. Founded in 1978, with legacies dating back more than 200 years, the company comprises approximately 5,000 real estate professionals in 120 offices in 20 countries. The firm’s experts provide value-added, client-centric investment sales, leasing, advisory, management and financing services to clients across the office, retail, industrial, multi-family and hospitality sectors.