Plans have been submitted for a major business park forming part of a key employment area in Derby. The scheme, extending to more than 1.6 million ft2, is expected to create thousands of jobs.
Joint venture company Infinity Park Derby has lodged outline proposals to develop the logistics, industrial and business park over approximately 120 acres of land.
Infinity Park Derby is a joint venture between between Derby City Council, the Harpur Crewe Estate, Rolls-Royce, and developers Cedar Park, Wilson Bowden and Peveril Securities.
The proposed uses include storage and distribution, general industrial and light industrial, research and development, offices use and hotel, along with public house and café facilities.
All the buildings are designed to achieve a class leading EPC rating of ‘A’ to ensure energy efficiency through the lifetime of the building and will achieve a BREEAM rating no less than ‘Very Good’.
The site sits approx. 2 miles north of the A50 (J3) and within five miles of the A38 (A50 J4) and 8 miles of the M1 motorway (J24A).
The primary access is the newly constructed link road, Infinity Park Way, connecting the site to Junction 3 of the A50 (Derby Southern Bypass).