January 4, 2017

Henry Boot Developments Completes Sale of Thorne Park Industrial Unit

Henry Boot Developments has completed the investment sale of an 18,700 sq ft industrial unit at Thorne Park to Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. The unit is occupied by Furniture Village Limited who committed to a 10-year lease in October last year.

Thorne Park is a development of over 150,000 sq ft of prime industrial and warehouse space situated at Junction 6 of the M18 offering unrivalled access to the motorway and rail network.

Vivienne Clements, Director at Henry Boot Developments commented “We are really pleased to conclude this deal with Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. This is a high quality unit held on a ten year lease to a household name, and so we had very strong interest in this investment sale. The Thorne Park development has been a huge success for us with only one unit now remaining.”

JLL and Eaton Associates acted on behalf of Henry Boot Developments whilst Cushman & Wakefield acted on behalf of Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council

For further information regarding the final 30,500 sq ft new build unit, available freehold or leasehold on competitive terms with incentives, please contact one of the leasing agents below:-

Richard Harris, JLL: 0113 244 6440

Robert Eaton, Eaton Commercial: 0114 257 3443

Siobhan Riley, Atkinson Associates; 0113 244 3242


Notes to Editor

For press enquiries please contact Caroline Hines, Henry Boot Developments.

T: 0161 356 5636

E: chines@henryboot.co.uk

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January 2017