New Business Park To Be Built In Doncaster

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New Business Park To Be Built In Doncaster

New Business Park To Be Built In Doncaster


A new business park has been revealed for Doncaster, with the £12 million project intended to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in South Yorkshire.

Investment and property development business Accumulate Capital will provide the finance for Doncaster Enterprise Park, which is expected to comprise 79 Grade A starter units.

It will stretch across 90,050 square feet to accommodate 344 people, creating 200 jobs in the process.

The company is also behind the construction of the park, with plans to begin work at the site in April.

Richard Craker, head of commercial projects at Accumulate Capital, said: “It is more important than ever that we support SMEs across the north of England, who are too often overlooked by government and investors.”

Indeed, the project has been created with start-up and investment companies in mind, enabling more businesses in the South Yorkshire region to get off the ground.

He added: “Doncaster Enterprise Park reflects Accumulate Capital’s commitment to supporting the regional regeneration of Britain. This new development ensures local businesses are able to access modern facilities built to the highest standard – it will provide a real boost to the local economy.”

Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, which is Labour-run, has expressed its support for the project.

So much so that members of the council’s Cabinet are set to host a tour of the site for investors once lockdown has been lifted, and social and travel restrictions are no longer in place.

Mayor of Doncaster Ros Jones also plans to be part of the tour, wanting to explore the vast site before building work is completed in May 2021.

Cabinet member of the local authority councillor Bill Mordue stated the council is “delighted” to support Doncaster Enterprise Park.

He noted: “It also comes at an important time for the town – our local economy is growing, which is why projects like this are in high demand.”

Mr Mordue went on to say: “Doncaster is fast becoming a major enterprise, logistics and innovation hub and we are proud to be supporting Accumulate Capital’s development as part of the region’s regeneration.”

As this business park will create hundreds of new jobs, there could be more demand for properties in the area.

It is good news, therefore, that Keepmoat Homes submitted plans for a residential estate next to its Skylarks Grange development in Brodsworth, Doncaster.

Yorkshire Post reported that the developer intends to build 159 new properties if Doncaster Council approves the application.

Speaking to the publication, a spokesperson stated: “The new phase will be designed primarily for the first-time buyer market, allowing families and young people [to] get on to the housing ladder.”

The current Skylarks Grange site offers a range of two, three and four-bedroom semi-detached and detached houses.

It is situated next to Brodworth’s Community Woodlands, allowing homeowners to enjoy a countryside setting on their doorstep, as well as being close to local amenities and, once the business park has opened, good access to office units.

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