Construction has started on a new industrial development in Pendle.
Spring Gardens Business Park is situated at the edge of Colne town centre within close proximity to Junction 14 of the M65.
Planning consent has been granted for a new scheme with Phase I providing two new industrial units of 4,000 & 10,000 sq ft. Phase 2 will comprise fifteen buildings from as small as 1,500 sq ft up to 16,000 sq ft.
The units are available on a freehold or leasehold basis with occupation scheduled to be available in the summer.
Within the development other opportunities are available on a design and build basis with terms already agreed for approximately 12,000 sq ft.
The development is being undertaken jointly by a local investor and Mark Taylforth of Pendle Projects Limited.
Mark Taylforth comments: “This is a prestigious new development for Colne and the wider Pendle area and I am confident that demand for the site will prove popular as construction commences. It is pleasing to see the initial interest in the site with terms already agreed on a couple of the units within the development”.
Construction of the scheme will be undertaken by MSM Construction of Barnoldswick who have recently completed schemes elsewhere in Pendle such as Moon Court in Barnoldswick and Pendle Court at the edge of Nelson.
Retained agents are Trevor Dawson Limited at their Burnley office. Director Michael Cavannagh comments: “it is great to see this scheme coming forward in Colne. Despite the economic uncertainty demand for industrial premises remains strong and given the location and quality of scheme we are confident that there will be a high level of interest as the scheme progresses”.
Pictured are Andy Moon and Darren Segger of MSM Construction together with Mark Taylforth of Pendle Projects Limited.
Further details can be obtained from the Burnley office of Trevor Dawson Limited.