Trebor/Hillwood strategic partnership secure first speculative South Yorkshire industrial site

Trebor Developments, working in conjunction with its strategic partner Hillwood, has acquired its first speculative development site in South Yorkshire.

The partnership has purchased a five acre site for an undisclosed sum at the prominent 31 East Dinnington address, located less than 2.5 miles from Junction 31, of the M1, near Rotherham.

A single, speculative, 83,000 sq ft industrial unit will be developed and will be available in first half of 2019 and promoted as “Atomic” 31 East.

Bob Tattrie, Managing Partner, of Trebor Developments commented: “We are delighted to secure this further site and will bring the speculative development forward on our fast track basis. A planning application has been submitted. The unit will be available to lease or purchase and can meet local or regional occupier needs in a size range not readily available in the location.”

The acquisition represents the second between the partners following the announcement in March at MIPIM that Trebor had entered into a long term strategic partnership with Hillwood to undertake industrial and logistics developments across the UK.

Trebor/Hillwood are advised by agents: CBRE (Leeds), CPP (Sheffield) and Knight Frank (Sheffield).