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Planning permission granted to speculative Lancaster unit

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A 200,000 sq ft speculative industrial development has been launched in Lancaster.

The site at the Lune business park has planning permission, after an application by Hurstwood Holdings.

The new scheme will offer floorplates from 1,000 sq ft up to 100,000 sq ft with design and build opportunities also available.  As part of the plans, Hurstwood will also be contributing to a new bus service connecting the business park to Lancaster city centre and surrounding areas.

Hurstwood owns two large industrial estates in Lancaster – Lune and Lansil. They plan to start the first phase on site by the first quarter of 2022.

The new scheme will be developed in phases over the next four years and Hurstwood will appoint a contractor in the coming weeks.

Based in Manchester, Hurstwood Holdings is a commercial investment group with over £200m of commercial and residential assets on 120 sites nationwide housing over 1,000 occupier clients.

 

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