Ingleton Wood have begun work on a multi-million-pound development that will provide 10 new warehouse units at a prominent trade and industrial estate. The units at Hainault Works will be available from early 2018 and generate new jobs for the local economy.
The scheme will add to the current industrial estate of 17 units, which front Hainault Road and are a short distance from the A12. Ingleton Wood are overseeing the project on behalf of the landlord and developer Snowbird Property Ltd. The units are being marketed by industrial agency specialists Kemsley LLP.
The scheme is due for completion in early 2018 and it is hoped the expansion of the site will lead to further investment and jobs for the local economy.
Simon Gorst, Director and Building Surveyor at Ingleton Wood, said: “As a locally-based practice, we are delighted to be involved in this development.
“This is an important expansion of the existing estate which will provide jobs and investment to the local area. There are a number of challenges with a brownfield project such as this but our pre-construction planning and investigation should greatly assist the construction phase and delivery.’
Duncan Moodie, Managing Director of Snowbird Homes Ltd, commented: “We have owned and managed this estate for over 50 years, gradually improving the units and bringing it up to modern standards.
“We already have two of the most prominent units under offer by a national trade counter operator and are excited about continuing this progress with our latest investment.”
The units are being let by commercial agent and property manager, Kemsley LLP.
Kemsley’s Head of Agency Services, Colin Herman, said: “Hainault Works lies in a fantastic location with the A12, North Circular and M25 providing excellent local road links.
“We have already received a lot of interest in these high-quality units and I would advise interested parties to contact us as soon as possible.”
Simon Gorst of Ingleton Wood LLP with Andrew Davey and Glen Curry of Marbank Construction
Computer Generated Image of the new Hainault Works development. Image copyright:Headline