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Two further deals have been completed at the £3m Bridge Business Park in Huddersfield. Property company Frank Marshall Estates developed the park speculatively, after buying the land from Mamas & Papas in 2015.

Aluminium and glazing specialist HWA has taken 18,000 sq ft in Units 2 and 3, while PTFE Flex is moving into the 7,000 sq ft Unit 1. Headline rents are £8 per sq ft. The deal means that only Unit 4, measuring 6,000 sq ft, is now unoccupied. Edward Marshall, of Frank Marshall Estates, said…….

Office space up for rent in Grade II-listed building at top of M606

NEWLY-restored “character offices” set in a historic, Grade II-listed hall are being marketed for rent.

The West Wing of The Newhall, off Rooley Lane, boasts a prime position at the top of the M606, with easy access to the M62 motorway, and is kitted out with “ample” parking, LED lighting and central heating, in a secure location with high-speed fibre broadband available.

M62 corridor praised as ‘logistics gold’ as Bradford firm opens another business park

AWARD-winning Bradford property company Frank Marshall Estates has opened another business park, this time close to Junction 25 of the M62.

The firm, which is behind the successful Newhall Business Park, close to the M606 in Bradford, developed the £3 million Bridge Business Park in Huddersfield speculatively, having bought the land in 2015…….

A NEW business park, occupying a five-acre site in Bradford’s Rooley Lane, has become fully occupied in less than a year.

Developer Frank Marshall Estates claims the company has never experienced such a successful development in terms of the speed of letting in its 40-year history. The 38,000 sq ft Newhall Business Park, the only speculative industrial development to be built in Bradford in recent years, has also created 120 sustainable new jobs……

THE lack of available mid-sized industrial units is an “obstacle” that Bradford needs to overcome to meet its potential – according to the city’s chamber of commerce.

While granting planning permission for new industrial units off Rooley Lane, a planning officer for Bradford Council revealed that demand for such units is far outstripping local supply, and the council had received 21 enquiries for such units in three months….

A LEADING Bradford developer has been applauded for the restoration of a building that is to become its new headquarters.

Frank Marshall Estates, run by Edward and Jimmy Marshall, has transformed the Grade II-listed New Hall, which fronts Rooley Lane and was originally built in the 17th century. The company has significant commercial assets in Yorkshire and will now move away from their old HQ at Link 606 Office Park…..

PLANS have been submitted for the final phase of a business park on land that once formed part of a golf club in Bradford.

Commercial property developer Frank Marshall Estates wants to build approximately 1,660 sq m of workshop and office space in small units to create a ‘nano’ park as part of its existing Newhall Business Park…..