Howdens Joinery opens new unit at Barnsley Trade Park

Leeds-based property consultancy Sanderson Weatherall has let a 10,000 sq ft Barnsley Trade Park unit to Howdens Joinery.

Howdens Joinery, the UK’s largest manufacturer and supplier of kitchens and appliances, has let the newly built trade unit on a 10 year lease.

Jonathon White, industrial agent at Sanderson Weatherall said, “Howdens Joinery is a great addition to this incredibly popular development. Despite being built during some challenging political and economic times, Barnsley Trade Park has been a huge success, which is testament to both its location and high quality units.”

Phase one of Barnsley Trade Park, which was speculatively built, reached full occupancy in 2014 with tenants Screwfix, Jewson, Toolstation, Yess Electrical, Euro Car Parts, Eurocell and Halfords. Greggs and Subway also occupy two retail units at the front of the site.

Phase two of the development was built on a two acres site at the park last year, and created an additional 15,000 sq ft of industrial space. This latest letting to Howdens Joinery leaves a final 5,000 sq ft available.

Sanderson Weatherall act on behalf of Barnsley Trade Park’s owners, alongside joint agents Colliers. Montagu Evans acted on behalf of Howdens Joinery.