Trebor acquire new speculative industrial site, Goole, Yorkshire
Trebor Developments have acquired another industrial site to speculatively develop. The site is located on Tom Pudding Way, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire, in a well-located industrial area and opposite Siemens’ £200 million new manufacturing facilities. The site will be marketed as “Point 36, Goole”.
The site extends to 5.90 acres and planning will be submitted shortly for a single, 94,841 sq ft, high quality, sustainable, industrial building suitable for B2 or B8 uses.
The site has been purchased unconditionally and forms part of Trebor’s expanding UK-wide development programme of industrial sites and continues a successful development programme across Yorkshire during the last 2 years, which has delivered over 600,000 sq ft of speculative accommodation.
Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner for Trebor, commented: “We are excited to secure our next Yorkshire site and bring forward this unit for occupation in 2022. The location is excellent, with strong links to the ports, motorway network and railhead, the unit being suitable for a wide range of uses. Planning will be submitted shortly”.
Paul Mack, Director of Gent Visick, who acted for the landowner commented: “We are delighted to have acted on the sale of one of the last remaining development plots in the Goole area. With the new Siemens state of the art rail manufacturing facility being built opposite, it is an exciting time for Goole and we hope this new facility will create even more jobs for the local area.”
Holder & Co are delighted to advise Trebor Developments in the acquisition of this excellent site, so soon after advising FTSE 100 company Croda in the acquisition of their new £7m distribution facility which sits directly adjacent. Further testament to the strategic location of Goole as a distribution hub area.
Trebor are advised by Holder and Co and Gent Visick.