Markham Vale


  • Joint venture with Derbyshire County Council
  • Direct access off the M1, junction 29A
  • Flexible build to suit options on a leasehold or freehold basis
  • Build to suit units available from 10,000 – 300,000 sq ft for warehouse, industrial, office or hotel builds
  • On-site amenities include serviced office, meeting rooms, conference facility and complementary retail
  • Competitive pricing with rapid delivery timescales
  • Occupiers include Andrew Page, Chesterfield College, Great Bear, Gist, Gould Alloys, Euro Garages, KFC, Marston’s Pubs, and Smurfit Kappa

Markham Vale is a 200 acre employment led scheme being delivered in partnership with Derbyshire County Council. The site is immediately adjacent to the M1 motorway at Chesterfield strategically located between Sheffield and Nottingham in the East Midlands. The site has unprecedented access to the M1 via a dedicated M1 junction (29a). Outline planning has been granted across the whole site which opened in 2008 for distribution, manufacturing and general industrial uses (B2/B8) alongside office use (B1) with an element of ancillary uses creating a sustainable and modern business park development. The site offers fully serviced development plots enabling buildings from 3,000sqft (279 sqm) up to 1 million sq ft (92,900 sqm) to be delivered in the quickest timescales possible.

The site also falls within the Sheffield LEP along with the Nottingham and Derby LEP (N2D2 LEP) and has been granted ‘Enterprise Zone’ status offering occupiers the potential to claim 100% capital allowance relief


The Modern Slavery Act 2015 - Group Statement: View here

Henry Boot PLC and its Group Companies welcome the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the “Act”) including any measures which seek to bring about greater transparency and scrutiny into our various supply chains, in order to combat slavery and trafficking activities.

In accordance with the legislation, we have produced a Human Trafficking and Slavery Statement (the “Statement”), setting out the introduction of various measures throughout our supply chain management which will be most effective at reducing the risk of slavery and trafficking activities being present within our business operations. These measures include the introduction of an Anti-Slavery Policy, due diligence requirements, and mandatory contract clauses seeking compliance by our supply chain with appropriate anti-slavery measures.

We will be regularly working with our partners, contractors, suppliers and other stakeholders to bring these measures into effect, and then to review their effectiveness and consider any changes or additional measures which such a review highlights.

Click to access our Statement here.

John Sutcliffe
Chief Executive Officer
Henry Boot PLC
January 2017