New tenants move into 500,000 sq.ft space at Bawtry Park

A 500,000 sq. ft space has now been let at Bawtry Park warehouse complex.

Monday, 22nd March 2021, 11:25 am

The new tenant, Worksop-based Carlton Forest Group, will now occupy the majority of the site, for storage and distribution purposes.

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Situated just seven miles to the south east of Doncaster, the multi-unit site benefits from its proximity to both the new A6129 Great Yorkshire Way, which links Doncaster and Junction 3 of the M18 to Doncaster Sheffield Airport, and Junction 34 of the A1.  

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Bawtry Park

 The warehouse complex offers a range of industrial units, varying in size from 95,000 to 220,000 sq. ft, each located within a secure, self-contained site with a manned gatehouse.  

Previous occupants, DHL Supply Chain had occupied the entirety of the 615,000 sq. ft warehouse complex, vacating the site in October 2020. 

Commenting on the deal, Toby Vernon, said: “It’s superb to have the site almost fully occupied within such a short space of time since DHL moved out last year. This is testament to the type of space on offer and the buoyancy of the warehousing and logistics market at present.  

“There is considerable demand for space and a clear shortage of available buildings. Bawtry Park offers clean, functional and ready racked warehouse space which is available on flexible lease terms.” 

Graham White, Group Commercial Director at Carlton Forest Group commented; “This site offered excellent warehousing facilities and was in an ideal location complementing our existing warehouse portfolio. Our recent rapid growth necessitated a facility that would allow us to provide a multitude of logistics solutions to our current and new customer base and these units fulfilled our requirements. CPP ensured the process was professional and efficient and I look forward to doing business with them again in the future.”

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