BroadHelm Business Park, which is located in the rapidly expanding market town of Pocklington and benefits from major frontage onto the A1079 York / Hull Road, is receiving a surge of enquiries following completion of various infrastructure works. These include a new link road which affords direct access to the recently completed Hodsow Lane diversion and A1079 roundabout.
The site, which offers in excess of 20 acres of mixed use space, will benefit from a new service station which is currently under construction and due for completion shortly. In addition, plans for a drive thru at the park are also nearing the final stages.
Jonathon White, Associate Partner at Sanderson Weatherall said, “BroadHelm has identified the importance of value added services in securing high calibre occupiers. The inclusion of amenities such as the new service station and other proposed leisure facilities will make BroadHelm an attractive proposition for local businesses.
“As well as ‘build to suit’ opportunities, we are also offering serviced plots for sale from ½ an acre upwards which are ideal for owner occupiers looking for self-build opportunities. This is a relatively rare commodity in today’s market and early enquiries are extremely positive.”
The Park, which is adjacent to the Pocklington Industrial Estate, is expected to provide a split of high quality industrial and office space to service the Pocklington, York and Hull areas. With high profile frontage to the A1079, the major route between York and Hull, it is well placed for quick and easy access to both major cities as well as the larger national motorway network.
Jonathan Atkinson from the BroadHelm Partnership said; “BroadHelm Business Park provides an exceptional opportunity for companies to be part of a dynamic and growing business community. The site will cater for office and industrial requirements and we expect it will add to the local economy by increasing the business population of the area, not to mention the creation of employment opportunities.”