Property and construction group Russells is launching its 1.45 million ft2 HPark scheme in Greater Manchester in January.
HPARK is a 120-acre logistics and industrial park in Heywood providing floor space across six prime Grade A units ranging in size from 39,000ft2 to 688,000ft2.
Cosmetic company L’Oreal had been linked to the largest unit on the site, which secured detailed consent last year, however, it now looks like the company will not be progressing with the facility as the developer is marketing all six units.
The site has an outline planning consent for B2/B8 use and could provide a single unit up to 1 million ft2.
The scheme will be developed to Net Zero in Construction, BREEAM Excellent, EPC A, and will have roof-mounted photovoltaic panels, and electric vehicle chargers.
Andrew Russell, Joint Managing Director said: “HPARK provides a new opportunity in the current market for operators looking to specify a bespoke facility to their exact requirements.
“The availability of the highly sustainable H-688 unit in particular is unique in the region – where there is a current lack of large-scale distribution space under construction – will be an attractive prospect for operators.”
It follows completion of a new motorway link road to service the site.
HPARK, just nine miles from Manchester city centre, is located directly off the recently opened A6184 link road in Heywood.
CBRE and Colliers have been appointed joint agents.