Verdion is to begin development of a further 3 million sq ft at its £500m iPort logstics park, Doncaster.
The move comes after a busy year of lettings, with 2.34 million sq ft space taken by Amazon, Fellowes, CEVA and Lidl.
Verdion will now start on the second phase of the 6 million sq ft multi-modal logistics development.
iPort offers both speculatively built units as well as design and build space ranging from 50,000 sq ft (4,645 sq m) to 1 million sq ft (92,900 sq m) and includes a dedicated 35-acre high specification rail freight facility, providing services with continental gauge clearance to all major UK ports and the Channel Tunnel.
The site is linked to Junction 3 of the M18 via the Great Yorkshire Way, which was constructed to enable the development of the site.
Michael Hughes, chief executive of Verdion, says: “We expect to contend with a further wave of strong occupier interest in 2017.”
Gent Visick, CBRE and Colliers are letting agents for iPort.