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  • MV55 at Markham Vale

    A new 55,000 sq. ft. industrial warehouse

Built for HBD, MV55 at Markham Vale is a 55,000 sq. ft. warehouse which meets market demand for high-quality industrial space, thereby supporting the expansion and development of Yorkshire businesses.

Located in a highly prominent position alongside the M1, the warehouse includes flexible open plan office space, with a high-quality floor space suitable for companies specialising in manufacturing or distribution. As a former colliery site, the regeneration has ensured more people are employed in the area than when it was a working coal mine.

MV55 is a high-quality build which was carefully designed to meet occupier needs based on our experience delivering more than 30 units at Markham Vale - all high-spec and designed to keep energy and maintenance costs low. There is an acute shortage of good quality industrial stock across Yorkshire and the East Midlands, particularly for buildings between 20,000 and 100,000 sq ft, so MV55 injects much-needed space into the market.

Anthony Clitheroe, Regional Manager, HBD

  • £2.6M

    Project value

  • 98%

    98%

    BREEAM rating

  • 55,000 sq. ft

    55,000 sq. ft

    Warehouse

Prior to the build, ground stabilisation was undertaken, creating cost savings and providing improved ground conditions for the temporary works. The project received a BREEAM rating of ‘Good’ and achieved a 98.7% recycling score, exceeding the target of 97%.

The warehouse included:

  • A fully furnished ground floor lobby/core
  • First floor kitchenette completes the facilities
  • Along with a 50-space car park
  • Cycle shelter
  • Recycling compound
  • Two dock levellers

We’re delighted that work has completed on this latest development at our flagship regeneration site, Markham Vale. Supporting businesses and bringing quality jobs to Derbyshire are key priorities of ours and we look forward to welcoming a new company into this space very soon.

Councillor Tony King, Member for Economic Development and Regeneration, Derbyshire County Council Cabinet

Involved in this project

Jefferson Sheard Architects
BWB Consulting
Warrington Martin