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8 industrial units

  1. Unit 10B, Stoney Cross Industrial Estate Stoney Gate Road, Derby Derbyshire, DE21 7RX

    Industrial for sale


    6,996 sq ft

    • BREEAM
    • Car park
    • Concrete floors
    • Modern
    • Restaurant

    Property comprises modern semi-detached industrial/warehouse premises of steel portal frame construction, with concrete floor and part brick, part-metal clad elevations, beneath a pitched roof with translucent roof lights. Minimum height to the eaves is circa 5m, with a maximum height of 6.85m to the apex. Loading is by way of an electric roller shutter to the yard / parking area.

  2. Buildings 9 Thirsk Place, Derby, DE24 8JJ

    Industrial for sale


    0.72 hectares

    • Storage

    A rare opportunity to acquire a development site extending 1.778 acres/0.72 hectares or thereabouts. Located in a prominent position, immediately adjacent to Ascot Drive with a return to Thirsk Place, within the Osmaston Park Industrial Estate. The site has the benefit of planning permission for fifteen industrial units, together with an MOT testing station and car wash facility. May be suitable for alternative uses, subject to planning permission. FOR SALE FREEHOLD - GUIDE PRICE £1,500,000 Download PDF

  3. Wyvern Retail Park, Wyvern Way, Derby, Chaddesden DE21 6NZ

    Industrial for sale


    50 acres

    • Business park
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Acre Extension of Pride Park - a mixed use, employment-led development, Derby is at the heart of the motorway network and benefits from being only a 10 minute drive from the M1 and a 30 minute drive from the M6 (AA, 2013). At the centre of the national rail network, Derby has fast, direct connections to Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Reading and other business destinations., East Midlands Airport is located just 20 minutes from Derby city centre and serves over 4 million passengers every year. The airport is the UK’s number one for pure freight, managing 313,000 tonnes every year and is home to logistic centres for, DHL, UPS and Royal Mail (East Midlands Airport, 2013)., 50 Acre Extension, Mixed use employment-led development, Approximately 1 million sq ft of space has been developed in the last 20 years with the vast majority of the space now developed and complete. Derby Triangle is a new development adjoining Pride Park that will be delivered by St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, and will comprise a range of high quality business park, industrial and warehouse accommodation. The 50 acre site represents the last major development opportunity in the immediate area of Pride Park. Alongside the employment-led mixed use scheme, a range of supporting uses could be provided, including leisure, pubs, restaurants, a hotel and car showroom.