Doncaster's Unilever warehouse and distribution centre sold off in £20 million deal

A Doncaster distribution centre occupied by the consumer good giant behind the Persil, Domestos and Simple brands has been sold in a £20 million deal.

Thursday, 8th June 2017, 4:00 pm
Updated Friday, 9th June 2017, 5:23 pm
The Unilever building in Doncaster.

The Unilever distribution centre on Decoy Bank, South, Trax Park has been bought by Tritax Big Box Real Estate Investment Trust in a £20.9m deal.

The building, constructed in 2002, has been acquired with a new 15-year lease and will continue to be operated by Unilever.

Colin Godfrey, a partner at Tritax, said: "Unilever is a leading globally recognised consumer goods company and we are delighted to add them to the very strong list of tenants in our portfolio.

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"This investment further diversifies our portfolio by tenant and business sector."

The centre distributes household products and a huge range of household names across the UK.